Listening to Scott Hansen's new release, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it's the latest Border Community record, as the title track features the same kind of detuned melodic rush as Nathan Fake or James Holden. The only difference is Hansen's drums, which have a live, organic feeling, and propel the arrangement to a more dynamic outcome. Drums also dominate "Cascade (Live Version)", but this time they're rougher, less tempered. They do however underpin a similarly atmospheric arrangement, as well as breathy, sensuous female vocals. If you're looking for a more organic accompaniment to Border Community's pixie techno, then check out Hours.
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