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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2010
Bluez by Peverlist from his debut album Jarvik Mindstate—named after Robert Jarvik, the inventor of the artificial heart, a self-contained, integrated pneumatic unit—conceptually fuses man with machine, theorising Tom Ford's interplay with synthesis structurally, as he forges forward, humanising the computer's array of voices and timbres. Those familiar with Ford, AKA Peverelist, and his work will no doubt have already noted his pristine command of space, his hankering for the bass heavy feel of dub music and his habit of drawing out melodic evolutions for eons; and it is undoubtedly these factors that make this collection of songs so potent.