If deconstructing pop is his thing, then the title cut is the sound of R&B lying in a million little pieces on some downtown loft floor, while "Rice Rain" borrows R.Kelly's beloved rain drop sound to muddle up a melody somewhere between Tin Pan Alley and Yellow Magic Orchestra.The title track uses widescreen synths as cushioned subs lay in front of distant percussion."Lament" sees moody piano keys and rhythmic twists create a sense of drama that is then shared by EP finale, "Parka Dub", in which the Scot merges dub techno with lashings of trip-hop.Already under heavy vinyl pressure, Deep Heads sister-stable OTE finally unleash three more definitive cuts from Manchester's finest, Biome.Each track exploring a different corner of the dance..
Luann seems to realize this too, probably because she’s got a few of her own skeletons rattlin’ around in her own closet.
He branched into production and remix work; among his most notable early output was Wildchild's (of the Lootpack) "Stuck in Norway," and Final remixes of tracks by Classixx and Jaga Jazzist.
He gained much more notice in 20, when he made remixes and edits of tracks by the likes of Lana Del Rey, Jeremih, 2 Chainz, and Miguel.
"The Road" is deeper and more psychedelic but equally as inspiring thanks to well laced tabla textures and dreamy synthwork.
"Formation" finishes the set with a whole new side to Biome; a pumping 4/4 joint it steals colours and techniques from the psy-trance and techno palates with flare and panache.