19 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Double Figure is as unpredictable as the mythical creatures on its cover. Its 20 tracks veer between tempos and moods: from laidback interstellar lounge ("Light Rain") to mercurial drum 'n' bass ("Zala") to dark fairy-tale soundscapes ("Sincetta"), with ambient space transmissions in between. Their fourth album still sounds as mysterious as when it was released, and as fun, too; changing up time signatures and stretching sounds to their limits, the IDM pioneers sound positively enchanted by their machines.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Double Figure is as unpredictable as the mythical creatures on its cover. Its 20 tracks veer between tempos and moods: from laidback interstellar lounge ("Light Rain") to mercurial drum 'n' bass ("Zala") to dark fairy-tale soundscapes ("Sincetta"), with ambient space transmissions in between. Their fourth album still sounds as mysterious as when it was released, and as fun, too; changing up time signatures and stretching sounds to their limits, the IDM pioneers sound positively enchanted by their machines.

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