OK, here we go with yet another review for Burial’s ‘sophomore’ long player. This time it’s the San Francisco Bay Guardian that’s gushing over the disoriented beats and dark spacey soundtrack. Still, you have to give credit to a well-written article and there’s something about how a piece of music gets rediscovered across the globe. Especially when that music is dubstep – a profound paradigm shift that’s redefined it’s d&b heritage and come out with as much appeal to indie kids and techno heads alike.
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