An eclectic collection of breakbeats and 8-bit synths guaranteed to make your head nod, the album starts off with a bang, bringing in solid beats and synths reminescent of an NES gone haywire with entierly more bass than the little gray box was ever able to produce.
Full of fresh melodies, solid beats, and everything from distorted guitars to the Hardstepper's own roughneck badbwoy Regimental lending some vocals, the album has a little bit of everything for everyone.
Solid production and a deceptively lo-fi sound of the synths guaranteed to make anyone who grew up playing the NES, the Colleco or the Atari feel nostalgic. Managing to keep a balance between crisp, perfect digital sounds and warm, glitchy, dirty analog sounds, your never quite sure what to expect next. Full of layers, there's always more going on than you think you hear at first if you really sit down and listen.
...are listed in Korean, see image of back cover.