Start to finish, from the chord changes to the building rhythms, the field recordings to the trickle of keys, Anenon is giving us something here that’s elevated, personal, raw… Tongue is regenerative.
Walking the line of techno and deep house notoriously, Tom Demac’s array of production can go from the soulful grooves and melody that turn a dusty warehouse into saving Grace, but more importantly he’s got the rare capacity to flip the script, energizing crammed rooms into blissful mania. Hype man ting wha wha.
“Our Spaces” is absurdly crammed with powerhouse belters, of blistering and emotive electronic music, of tentative air and formidable listening. In its entirety, Guy Andrews has created a perfect mix of otherworldly techno and distorted post-rock, strewn together then torn right back up again, a palpable irony against the laws of electronic music, that works so, so well.