Delve into the deepest layers of drum & bass with Anile’s impressive debut LP, “Perspective”. Combining a thoughtful synergy of sounds that pulsates sophistication; infusing warehouse echoes with crisp percussion for a refined yet raw, underground authenticity.
Opening with a resonance of childhood reminders in “False Tense” that combines a shimmering synth with all-absorbing waves of bass. Then turning to the sinister twists of “Jack of Clubs”, rotating a chilling hook with stabs of vocal punches, before gliding through the subtle sounds of “Stay With Me” uniting gentle glimmers of piano with soft whispers of baritone vocals.
Throughout, “Perspective” is the perfect balance of vocal talent with quality instrumentation from the “City of Injustice”, which cleverly combines urban callings with DRS’ deep lyrical intellect, to the soaring vocals of Tiffani Juno in the emotive and mesmeric “Not the Way (To Run)”. Also featured on the album are talented artists Inja in “Between the Sides” and Hannah Eve in “Inside”.
With the utmost quality and class, this high calibre collection excites and entices on every listen, building upon Anile’s last Med School release, the well-received “Losing My Mind” EP. “Perspective” surpasses any expectations, setting a promising stance for this proficient producer.