Music is often described as taking the listener on a 'journey'. Well, the journey that 'Temporarity' takes the listener on is a drive through the neon-lit city at night.
This cd is just the thing if you're looking for some melodic, synth-driven electronica. Some of the tracks have an '80s' feel to them, but the way that the eighties motifs have been incorporated into the tracks means that it still sounds completely modern and avoids turning into a pastiche of that era's music. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone simply looking for a cd full of 'club bangers' (although I did manage to do a pretty good 'running man' to 'Crockett's Theme') as once the cd settles into it's mid-tempo groove it stays there. However, this means that the cd 'flows' really well from start to finish (it would've worked really well as a 'continuous mix' cd).
'Temporarity' is the first electronica release I can wholeheartedly recommend in quite a while.