Boomkat Product Review:
Triola is the spitting image of her biological father, The Modernist, but pays scant regard to his nocturnal capers. Triola is apparently a feisty daughter into feng shui, who likes staying in, caring for her bonsai and watches birds in the garden. Of course, she has some luscious music to keep her company, and secreted gently in this album lies some of the best pop material Kompakt have laid down to date. On drab, lonely days Triola might climb into old jeans and dance around - and you can hear a certain womb-like comfort and sustenance in the enlightened, warm glowing melodies on offer here. And with meditative tunes of this calibre to back her up, who can be surprised. There's some nice beats driven midtempo material to prompt Triola getting down, and some maximum chillage for when she gets tired. Her more stern father finds this all laughably hippy in its values, but Triola doesn´t care. "It´s better than your awkward rave-fad..." she counters, righteously. But in fact they love each other.