Bernhard Pucher’s second release for Ai combines a lot of unusual sounds. On “Faith,” whale-like saxophone swirls over staticky beats. “Just Ask” is more downtempo, with samples of a man saying “microphone” and “direct” over melancholy electronics and hip-hop beats. It’s hypnotic. “My Statement” has more of a house feel with slow piano and top-heavy percussion, while “Atmos-Fear” sounds like something off Spectral Sound with a brutal old-school bassline, reverbed bleeps, and a techno beat. There are only a couple of misses. The saxophone and distorted vocals on “To Die and Be” are both pretty cheesy. The chant-like rap on “Victimize” is merely distracting. But on “Obsession,” the distorted voices mesh well with deep, dark techno.
Buy Adipex Online The tracks on this album fit together like pieces of a puzzle. Despite a wide range of tempos and sounds, there is a bigger picture: emotions bubbling to the surface from a club-music background. While it may have been built in anger, it’s a fun listen.