With a touch of confusion, uncertainty and excitement - no bad thing today - I came upon this classily packaged album in the post. Upon pressing play the beauty of this composition immediately struck me. That is exactly what it feels like. Dense fat beats, lush orchestration, heartfelt lyrics and sparse spine tingling instrumentation combine to take you through a journey into moods and beyond. The Dining Rooms are two talented Italian producers, Stephano Ghittoni and Cesare Malfatti. "Tunnel" the opening track is a beautiful declaration of intent almost cinematic in quality and quality is what we're talking about here. As if the beats and melody aren't enough there are enough subliminal secondary sounds going on to keep you listening in rather than just drifting off oblivious to what's been produced. We have Tosca vocalist Anna Clementi coming in on the appropriately titled "Dreamy Smiles"; two minutes something of pure contentment. Elsewhere Compost boys Soulpatrol bring the funked up beats on "You" and we are moved to the beat of the African drum towards the tail end of the album. There's even room for a Sun Ra cover. Nothing seems too spoil the mood of easy life, swallowed up by my sofa living the dream. Definitely one to keep tabs on. Feel it.