Divine Ecstasy

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  • Summary: The second release for Chicago-based production duo of Mike Perry and Austin Kjeultes features guest appearances from Poliça's Channy Leaneagh, Mahaut Mondino, Haleek Maul, and Shy Girls.
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  1. Positive: 9 out of 16
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  1. Jan 23, 2014
    This is an album that is adaptable for any mood or setting, so long as the listeners go with the flow and let the music take control.
  2. Jan 27, 2014
    Miniature interludes tie it all together for that classic album flow, and with no filler or fumbles, Divine Ecstasy is a well-dressed and worthy addition to tasteful lofts, high-end headphones, and excellent album collections.
  3. Feb 4, 2014
    They make some mistakes, sure--the vocal spots from JODY and Yen Tech are fumbles--but they're more adept than ever at stewing their idiosyncratic set of sounds into one deliciously strange brew.
  4. 65
    [Divine Ecstasy] is a sound--no matter how hard to quite pin down and vivisect--with which the music world has been familiar for going on a few years now, and very little groundbreaking--cloud breaking? sunshine breaks through clouds, right?--is going on here, although Cuts’ brand of amoeba production does have enough individuality to stand apart from its peers.
  5. 60
    Only the appearance of Barbadian teen rap prodigy Haleek Maul, annotating the grimy 'ISIS' with a murky charisma saves Supreme Cuts from slipping completely between the cracks.
  6. Jan 23, 2014
    Interesting, but not involving.
  7. Jan 29, 2014
    Even the songs here that show flashes of congealing eventually end up falling apart into a watery mess.

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