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Album Review: Diger Rockwell - Innersense

20 August 2013 | 9:56 am | Sean McKenna

Combine dreamy, deft vocals and some seriously silky transitioning with intensely layered production and a consistent, deep house undertone throughout and you find Innersense.

The appropriately named opener, Coast, sets the scene for the release with an early 2000s chillwave vibe, enriched thanks to Rokwell's synthetic and sampling dexterity. Grateful reinforces this momentum with a subtle shift toward a more dance-friendly orientation, all before the EP's title track steals the show. Innersense epitomises the release with the distinction between the danceability of Tresor or Tacheles and chilling out on a Perth beach, completely distorted.

Combine dreamy, deft vocals and some seriously silky transitioning with intensely layered production and a consistent, deep house undertone throughout and you find Innersense.