Mas Amable

This is by far my favorite album of all time. It’s a dreamy, dubby, meandering journey through a palpable soundscape of lazy, tribal and ethereal beats, woven over by lush, warm and flowing textures, and subtly punctuated by organic vocals and click-clacking sounds.

The whole album flows together, one track blending into the next. The tracks have titles, but this is like marking out specific patches of river water with food dye. Listening to a single track is disorienting and makes no sense, like watching a random episode of an Open University mathematics course at three o’clock in the morning (probably I am showing my age, here).