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The fifth album by this electronic jam band illustrates how Lotus has transformed from a free-flowing late-night experience into a diamond-hard and precise ensemble, seeking new ways to drive its music into a more aggressive sphere. The prog-rock of "What Did I Do Wrong" fits together with several bold instrumental pieces that never lay back but scream for more, more, more. This is an album for the hard-dancing crowds that liken electronica to the survival of the fittest. The urgent swoops of "Uffi" blend nasty synthetic keyboard lines with an organic trilling organ, which moves in and out of the mix with its call to hippy times. The drums take an active role, adding a sense of tension to the headstrong riff guiding the album's first single, "Massif." "Cutinuo" has a sense of minimalism, while "Ashcon" ventures near dubstep. Build is intended to be the first of a trilogy, with the albums to follow reaching back to the group's laidback roots and into hip-hop. 

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This album gets five

Great album lotus never gets old lotus is the best band ever

different for sure

Very different album then the ones I used to listen to in the Early 2000's. very good thought I had to have it. Liking to funkier direction they're going down.


this album fits the new direction the band went in after their self titled release a couple years back.

Yes, most fans miss Germination, Nomad, Sargasso.

Personally, I wish they continued on the more rock influenced path they started with Hammerstrike. This sound is disposable to me. While it's fun to play at party's, I'm disappointed they're turning in to just that; party music. I could sit down with a pair of headphones and have very amazing experiences listening to pre 2011 Lotus. That's not happening with this album.

'Real Detroit Weekly' said it better than anyone else; "Build is a great addition to the collections of EDM lovers everywhere.”


Formed: 1999 in Goshen, IN

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Combining elements of jam bands and electronic dance rock, Lotus was formed by brothers Jesse Miller (bass/sampler) and Luke Miller (guitar/keyboards), Steve Clemens (drums), Chuck Morris (percussion), and Mike Rempel (guitar) while they were attending Goshen College in Indiana in 1999. They recorded their debut album, Vibes, in concert in the fall of 2001 and self-released it in 2002. A second live album, Germination, was released on Harmonized Records on May 13, 2003. Nomad, the group's first studio...
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