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Hefner--aka Lee Jones--started out in music by creating soundtracks for the movies of his fellow film students (he didn't actually like the course himself). It's partly this cinematic approach that lends Residue
a wholly insouciant appeal, but that's not the whole story. Between these filmic moments, Jones also conjures up weightless echoes of black music styles like soul and funk and constructs organic sounding beatscapes to underpin the whole. While retaining enough of an urban feel to appeal to the dance brigade, this album also reaches out to a wider mainstream audience with it's elegiac strings and sophisticated jazz undertones. The whole is topped off with the vocals of chanteuse Josee, who manages to sing in exactly the soft, ethereal tones that the music demands. If ever there was a convincing case for the freeform experience, this is it--step into Hefner's world and let the residue of your mind simply drift away. --Paul Sullivan