10 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Anish S. ,

Innovative dreamy album from BSBD

After listening to this, I immediately thought of BSBD's album, "Slow Burning Lights." Much like it, it features atmospheric/dreamy production, with a low-key singer on the vocals, and both measured 10 tracks. The main difference between the two is that this one features a guy (Alexander Chen) while SBL featured a woman (Yes Alexander). And like Alexander, Chen never does too much, but does just enough to accent BSBD's rich production. Also, this one is slightly more electro, with more of an uplifting feel to it, while SBL was a tad darker.

Either way, if you enjoyed "Slow Burning Lights," you will definitely enjoy this. If you're looking for the darker rap side of BSBD, this may not be your cup of tea. I definitely felt this one.

design-geek ,

Another great album

I liked this album the first time I listened to it and each subsequent time I love it more and more.

Brian Matty ,


BSBD is doing something with music that no one else is. Classical influences are prevelent as are hip hop and electronica. Its so hard to categorize these guys in one genre. Their music has real meaning and isnt just there as background music. Its to be actively listened to and be understood and felt emotionally. If Mozart was alive today making electronic music this would be its result. Dont rely on samples of the music to judge these guys. Each song changes dramatically from start to finish uncovering beautiful layers. A heap of broken images (instrumental) , Late night cinema, slow burning lights, third party, and now Noir are all masterpieces. True works of art.

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