Somewhere Out There
The album starts with the aptly entitled 'Rejoice', a composition that showcases one of Leeza's trademark melodies laid upon tinkles and percussive effects. The atmosphere changes with 'Legox' a darker number built on distorted and slightly drilled drums covered with sad pads. The shorter 'Soa' brings visions of a distant planet inhabited by robot-builders combing a desert wasteland, a truly miniature sci-fi soundtrack! We're back to Earth with 'Eupepsik' a faster acid episode helped by drum'n'bass ghosts and bubbling sequences. Placed as track five, 'Mip_hurta' can be considered the fulcrum of the album: a warm and fascinating melody that could last forever, backed by frantic drums and quiet pads. One of our favourite Leeza's track ever! 'Polf', 'Breakdown' and 'This Is Not Available" are all further fine examples of Leeza's excursions in IDM territories and Ambient-Electronica soundscapes. The title-track is constructed on buzzing effects, a warm bassline and mid-pace pads set against tangled and distorted drum patterns. "Glassy Knee" is a crystal-clear tune with a calm attitude, a discreet companion that leads the listeners to the end of the album leaving them on the thresold of a door that opens somewhere out there...