8 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This debut album from Aussie producer Murdoch moves at a spellbinding pace, its fluid grooves slowly unfurling along a sea of deep bass and undulating synths. He has a keen sense for space, echoing James Blake's dreamy R&B vocals and wobbling sub-bass on "Nothing for You" and "Frogs," before melting lush ambience into hypnotic breakbeats and vocal loops on "Straws" and "Fray." It feels like the perfect soundtrack for a slow-mo swim through the Great Barrier Reef—that is, until the spacey deep house of "Wash" lifts you straight out of this world.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This debut album from Aussie producer Murdoch moves at a spellbinding pace, its fluid grooves slowly unfurling along a sea of deep bass and undulating synths. He has a keen sense for space, echoing James Blake's dreamy R&B vocals and wobbling sub-bass on "Nothing for You" and "Frogs," before melting lush ambience into hypnotic breakbeats and vocal loops on "Straws" and "Fray." It feels like the perfect soundtrack for a slow-mo swim through the Great Barrier Reef—that is, until the spacey deep house of "Wash" lifts you straight out of this world.

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