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on 15 December 2013
Denser, more complex and subtler than the first album, yet probably more dance-friendly as well. Swisher's tracks are thick with many layers that are in a constant state of flux. There is something Ricardo-like about their attention to detail. So you really have to listen carefully to get the most out of them. But they never forget they are dance tracks and never lose their propulsive drive. And they are gorgeous too with plenty of goose-bump enduing moments.
Swisher is an excellent album that is destined to be massively overlooked. Try not to overlook it yourself :)