While neither harsh nor particularly danceable, the album remains intriguing precisely because of its queer and, well, idiosyncratic nature, which clearly separates it from your average glitchy electronics. Definitely not as appealing to the mainstream a record as “The Blind Watchmaker”, it still works on its own merit as a more experimental expression of Bruno de Angelis’ work.
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Charming is the first word that comes to mind when it comes to describing Tokyo Morose’s “Specific Ocean”. This is stripped down electronica with massive pop sensibilities. It’s intelligent pop music, full of charm and character that you can’t help but fall in love with.