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There are times when HTDA sound like b-sides to Trent's 'Year Zero' or 'Ghosts' sessions, but there are times when they sound more like their own, unique thing. Trent working with Atticus Ross again means HTDA still need to keep pushing their own sound to fully break away from the mould of the last few NIN releases, but Mariqueen's soft vocals are a good start. You'll need to like quirky, sometimes cold but always interesting minimalist electronica for this, but while they're pretty postmodern in avoiding traditional song structures, this is an album that buzzes away happily at the edge of your conscious mind rather than getting all up in your grill and shizz.