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Album Review

Skeleton Keys doesn't vary much from the polished, house-inspired drum'n'bass Rob Haigh has been engineering since the early '90s. Though his third proper album as Omni Trio features only one diva vocal (on "Red Rain"), all elements of the earlier albums are still in place — vaguely familiar breaks, gradually tweaked and twisted beyond recognition, with infectious synth-work and an overall spartan production that leaves the listener craving just a bit more. All this familiarity is by no means bad, however, and the presence of a downtempo groove on the title track puts it all into focus.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Actually the single force of one Rob Haigh, Omni Trio's sunny brand of intricate, orchestrated drum'n'bass has been growing in acclaim since the onset of "ambient" or "intelligent" jungle in the mid-'90s brought names such as L.T.J Bukem, Spring Heel Jack, and TPower to the fore. By his thirties, Haigh already had a decade on most of those names, a fact made evident in the often more eclectic influence behind his tunes, from Carl Craig and Mantronix to Miles Davis and Can. An acolyte of London's...
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