It seems hard to believe that this is only Isolée’s third album. There’s more variety on here than on, say, his microhouse classic We Are Monster: there are spots of gloopy acid, and I think I detected a dub techno influence in places. But it still sounds very much like Isolée. Which is, on the whole, a good thing. It doesn’t excite me madly, but it’s a good listen. The only bum note, for me, is the attempt at a quirky song, Transmission, which I just find a bit annoying.
I bought this from Boomkat. They call it Techno / House.