If you can get past the pretentious vocal loop in the first track ("We are superior/you are inferior"), Disparation has several beautiful compositions to offer. The first full-length release from Biowire (as well as Electronic Watusi Boogaloo) finds electronic wizard Jason Crosse building pleasurable ambiance over drum'n'bass and trip-hop beats. The outcome is often quite dazzling, in particular the soothing "Layers of Uncalm," which features high-pitched squeaking that resembles crying dolphins. Crosse throws in some studio tricks, such as vinyl hiss, tape rewind, and robotic voices, which helps Disparation live up to its title.
AllMusic Review by Kenyon Hopkin