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LUSINE By James Lawrence

THE WAITING ROOM
14 January 2013
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Following ’09’s well-received ‘A Certain Distance’ comes Jeff Mcllwain’s third album under his Lusine moniker. As one of Ghostly International’s mainstays, the Seattle-based producer has released a slew of quality avant-pop for the best part of a decade now. While there are still cinematic instrumentals such as aptly titled opener ‘Panoramic’, ‘The Waiting Room’ finds the American shifting further towards a more mainstream sound. The infectious ‘Another Tomorrow’ marks the standout moment, the other vocal-led track of note being a cover of Electronic’s early-90s anthem ‘Get The Message’. Despite falling short of the compelling grip of his last album, Mcllwain has once again delivered the goods.

File under Melody AM
Download ‘Another Tomorrow’, ‘Panoramic’
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