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From the first beat, Disrupted at once lives up to its name and peaks the listeners interest. Disjointed is another good word for the sound emanating from the album. Bits and pieces of music-like sounds take turns in the listener’s ear expanding briefly and stopping abruptly so that the listener is waiting for its imminent successor, ears perked up like a hunter in the forest, trying to hear and understand every creatures step.

As the album progresses the sounds begin to blend but are no less alien to each other. The beat speeds up and generates bursts of music in this compilation of auditory experiences but rarely drop its intent to start and to stop with equal speed, regular enough to create the most constant rhythm. Disrupted also separates the tracks, each is individual, a microworld of unique ambience. Listeners may need time to digest this musical feast, it is enough for several meals.

★★★