Jello

Volle

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Sharply clever for a deep-mood LP of didactic techno, Jello's Volle returns to Bristolian trip-hop with the intention to slip in the personality of a university mathematics professor. Stoned grooves are passed over for alarm-clock electronic music, the outcome of which is a lucid offshoot of Autechre IDM and an artificial but somewhat menacing take on intentionally fictional soundtracks and antisocial hip-hop. Many songs float across, like Future Sound of London's "We Have Explosive," in slow-motion ("Lungbone," "Vamillaglade"). Others, suggestively, like the overcast charm of Iceland's Múm ("O'verb"). Inconsistent if relatively unique.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1
feat: Phil Donahue
4:52
2
5:52
3
6:10
4
5:02
5
3:54
6
6:08
7
5:13
8
6:05
9
4:58
10
7:24
11
6:00
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