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4.0 out of 5 stars
Hunters and dears, 5 Jan 2013
Climate of Hunter appears to be a kind of link between Scott's past and his new approach to music through a dark and sometimes hard to bear lense. One can trace elements of his early songwritting, even if it is buried under tones of strange orchestra manouvres. The steps Scott took in this album are courageous (especially considering the year it was released) and give a glimpse of the direction he wanted to follow. So, it's like a more clean shaved young brother of TILT. Interesting enough though and with some exceptional moments, is something that will make those who loved TILT, The Drift and Bish Bosch happy.