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5.0 out of 5 stars
Nathan Great!, 31 Mar. 2006
Electronica has never sounded so fresh and inspiring from one person, even at the lowly age of 20 odd, Nathan has proved himself as being at the forefront of his chosen art. Previously this genre has been dominated by Fourtet and Caribou, the latter being one of the greatest albums of last year, but with this sumptuously beatiful album, it blows (nearly) both of them away.
Listening to Drowning in the sea of love is exactly that, warm, fuzzy, intricate and at times too good to be true. There are so many layers and soundscapes in here, that with each and every listen, it's almost impossible to discover them all - fact! These have all been beatifully and organically melted together in an awesome aural stew, how does he does it, who knows? to be frank, who cares, this is awe inspiring, top drawer stuff.
If you want to own an album filled with pure quality, buy this. If you want to own the perfect summer, wide smiled album, buy it now. If you want to own one of those albums that will never fail to amaze, then don't delay.
With obvious influences including Fourtet & caribou also taking in two lone swordesmen & My bloody valentine, this album will please many from a wide aray. It will also make you a better person - scientific fact.
Let the hazy days of summer start early and invest in the works of a genius, before advertising agencies and TV clip researchers catch on.