15 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dialing back the guest-studded crossover material of 2014’s Green Language, Scottish producer Russell Whyte returns to the blown-out, blindingly energetic electronics that made 2011’s Glass Swords a modern classic. A dense, highly carbonated rush, EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE blends the muscle of dubstep and rhythmic swing of trap-rap with early-'90s English techno. All of it is given an acid neon gloss—the soundtrack to a particularly treacherous video game, maybe, or something for our robot overlords to relax to.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dialing back the guest-studded crossover material of 2014’s Green Language, Scottish producer Russell Whyte returns to the blown-out, blindingly energetic electronics that made 2011’s Glass Swords a modern classic. A dense, highly carbonated rush, EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE blends the muscle of dubstep and rhythmic swing of trap-rap with early-'90s English techno. All of it is given an acid neon gloss—the soundtrack to a particularly treacherous video game, maybe, or something for our robot overlords to relax to.

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