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Yet again....

It never ends...Another great mind-elevating blend of "sounds from the ground".

SFTG does it again.

The Maze doesn't really stand out from any of SFTG's previous offerings in any way, nor does it really offer a new sound, but there's not a bad song to be found in any of these ten mysterious tracks.

"Gap in the Clouds" is a more electronic foot-tapper than a chillout track, but it's a darn catchy one. "Delphine" reminds me a little of "Stampede" from Luminal. "Acid Cornflats" is very electronic, kind of Brightwhitelight-ish. "Midnight Crossing" benefits from its lack of clearly audible drums. "Subdub'in" features a pretty catchy piano line and some nice bass work. "The Lenox" is a little creepy, but I love the horns. "Temple Steps" is another awesome dark and mysterious track, my personal favorite.

Overall, this is one of their darker and more mysterious albums. You can hear sounds from many of their previous albums all rolled up into this little package of ten songs. It's definitely worth the $9.90 being offered.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Ambient dub-techno duo Sounds from the Ground first came to prominence during the mid-'90s with the landmark productions "Triangle" (1994) and "Gather" (1995). After releasing these two successful singles, the duo — London, England-based producers Elliot Jones and Nick Woolfson — crafted their debut long-player, Kin (1996). The singles, as well as the album, were released on the Universal Egg label, while the well-known ambient label Waveform released the album in the States to a warm...
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