Hello Everything - Squarepusher
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  • Summary: This is Tom Jenkinson's first new album in two years, and the English electronica artist's tenth disc overall.
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  1. Positive: 10 out of 19
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  1. For the most part, this is Squarepusher on full beam and Hello Everything is a thing of unbridled joy.
  2. This is a promising album, one which refines prior approaches and shows what Jenkinson has learned and incorporated into his arsenal in the last few years, presented in a careful, focused package.
  3. Despite the inconsistencies, Hello Everything is one of the best things that Jenkinson has done in some time.
  4. Squarepusher's wide range is bound to disappoint some listeners.
  5. The sheer speed can be exhilarating, but changes of pace... are disappointingly few and far between. [Nov 2006, p.149]
  6. If you haven't encountered Jenkinson's strange world of jazz-fusion-hardcore before, this is a decent starting point, and if you're more into the jazz funk than the digital hardcore, this is one of his less abrasive outings.
  7. Hello Everything is his most disappointing release yet.

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
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