Boomkat Product Review:
Two years in the making, Pronsato has pulled out all the stops on the production front for this ace album, piling all his skill into this hugely impressive full-length offering. The nine (often quite extended) productions seldom end where they began, a particularly good illustration of this being 'What They Wish', which begins as a choppy technoid cut with jerky, loosened up rhythms, only to end with roomy acoustic drums, downbeat piano melodies and fractured vocals. From a sound-sculpting point of view 'An Ill Collage' is probably the pinnacle of the album's achievements, sounding like someone took a handful of vintage GRM recordings and spliced them into a micro house framework. You could dip into this album at more or less any point and find some exemplary 4/4 construction to massage your ears, and it's not too often you come across an album in this genre that's as dynamic and detailed as this.