Boomkat Product Review:
The producers individually known as Machinedrum and Braille indulge more romantic dancefloor tastes with their debut album as Sepalcure. Over the last 12 months they've served two very well received 12"s and a couple of remixes in this mode and it's proved to be some of their lushest material to date. They've found a crucial kink in the Bass scene for R&B-infused House and Garage with an IDM craftsman's touch and turned out ten diverse and brand new modifications of their sound. At the top there's a couple of flighty 2-step swingers in 'Me' and 'Pencil Pimp', while 'The One' goes House with added subbass pressure and impressionistic detailing, and there's even a lushed-out Juker for the romantic Footwork crew on 'Eternally Yrs', but they're at their lushest here when they melt into slow mode with the soul flow of 'See Me Feel Me' or even the beatless luminescence of 'Outside'.