Renowned for his masterful mix of styles, producer, composer and sound engineer Ben Bromley went to great lengths for this nostalgic, vibrant set. He began to draw inspiration from the grunge and trip-hop scenes of the early 90s.
Think Portishead, Massive Attack, and Morcheeba with slightly longer exposure – more sonic youthfulness than Soundgarden. He then applied sounds influenced by music from late 90s Japanese RPGs, math rock and slowcore.
Definitely a stupid combination. And he kept walking. He complemented the band with future-oriented vocals in a hyper-pop style, giving the band a modern edge.
All of these elements are packed into one intriguing package containing lo-fi Serum patches featuring alternative rock guitars, piano instrumental tunes and more.