15 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After gently warming up with the swaying title track, Rudimental’s debut album immediately delivers the hard-hitting single that stormed UK singles charts in 2012, “Feel the Love.” Enlivened by a crackling drum 'n' bass groove, joyous refrain, and funky organ riff, the tune is emblematic of the rousing fusions that make Home recall early ’90s pop/dance alchemists like Massive Attack and Soul II Soul. The quartet of producer-musicians at the group's core embrace an ecstatic dance-'till-you-drop ethos that's further articulated by a variety of guest vocalists (including BRIT Award Critics' Choice-winner Emeli Sandé, upcoming American rapper Angel Haze, and upstart UK soul singer Ella Eyre). Sure, there are moments of reprieve—like the downtempo, muted four-on-the-floor pulse and liquid synths of "Spoon"—but Home is at its best with crowd-pleasing, party-rocking anthems ("Waiting All Night," "Not Giving In").

EDITORS’ NOTES

After gently warming up with the swaying title track, Rudimental’s debut album immediately delivers the hard-hitting single that stormed UK singles charts in 2012, “Feel the Love.” Enlivened by a crackling drum 'n' bass groove, joyous refrain, and funky organ riff, the tune is emblematic of the rousing fusions that make Home recall early ’90s pop/dance alchemists like Massive Attack and Soul II Soul. The quartet of producer-musicians at the group's core embrace an ecstatic dance-'till-you-drop ethos that's further articulated by a variety of guest vocalists (including BRIT Award Critics' Choice-winner Emeli Sandé, upcoming American rapper Angel Haze, and upstart UK soul singer Ella Eyre). Sure, there are moments of reprieve—like the downtempo, muted four-on-the-floor pulse and liquid synths of "Spoon"—but Home is at its best with crowd-pleasing, party-rocking anthems ("Waiting All Night," "Not Giving In").

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