I Can See Forever was supposed to be a dysphoric rock debut about broken strings and IPG addiction. Or maybe a prepared piano study of a world burdened by the looming end of that last delusion called free will.
Instead, it has jazz flute and Nicki Brand, synth guitars, bongos and tasteful ambulance sounds. Instead, it features a singing AI that has never made a single mistake before recording this. And best of all, it's barely 30 minutes long!
But wait. Was this skillfully recorded in various, equally elaborate studios with a trove of vintage synths? It might as well have been with the guidance of the only critic you'll ever need: Frenchman mix master and mustachioed heartbreaker Julien Demoulin.
Dedicated to the lovely Virginie Urbain.
released September 9, 2015
Mix; Julien Demoulin
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