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  • Summary: The Norwegian producer, who has worked with Lindstrom on several albums, releases his debut solo album.
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  1. 90
    While filled with warm analog electronics and is borderline ambient, Thomas manages to execute it in a tasteful way.
  2. The vibe is overwhelmingly positive, not to mention a bit woozy - ideal to take the edge off a hard day and turn it into a good evening.
  3. It’s Thomas’s guilt-free love of mavericks past that lends such evocative warmth and unusual spontaneity to a fascinating album that could have been pure self-indulgence.
  4. While this record may not be one that I listen to end to end, over and over, there is little doubt that it is the perfect soundtrack to a serendipitous, still-to-come, drive into the unknown.
  5. Thomas’ own music is more discursive, and this solo debut (seven tracks, 60 minutes) has its whimsical, proggy longueurs.
  6. It's best to think of Prins Thomas not as a speedbump but as another iteration, slightly undercooked, of his still-developing style.
  7. Uncut
    Texturally, the mood is one of warm, sensual dreaminess, of hushed vocals and woozy analogue synth. Prins Thomas isn't, though, wanting of strong grooves. [May 2010, p.102]

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