The Lithium Project – Many Worlds Theory

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The Lithium Project comprise Jason Farrall and Ken Clarke, and theirs is the sort of jazz-tinged ambient trip hop that can too often congeal into the blandest sort of 21st-century avant-muzak. However, from the opening “Inflow” onward, it’s clear that The Lithium Project are operating many fathoms below the norm?their looped and limpid riffs have a methodical way of lulling you into a sense of insecurity, of beguiling you away from the beaten mental track into unfamiliar terrain. Gently insidious stuff.

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