An entertaining mess of house, boogie and synthy interzones. Playful, not self-indulgent. Presumably a tribute to Bernie Worrell: it’s true to the Funkadelic legacy. (Insurance Man, though… a hard act to follow.)
Shades of Laurie Anderson and Arthur Russell in this quirky, beautiful music, intuitively merging classical and avant-pop sensibilities via ‘open ear decisions… what seemed to sound best for that moment’.