Phuture-T opens with Ominous Maze giving equal space to breaks and a bass assembled from an overdriven contrabass clarinet. Excerpts of piano, sax, and inharmonic tones are worked around filtered out drums and change-ups.
Earl Grey brings the series back to Drum and Bass staples like Soul Pride, Amen, Think, and bright atmospheric vibes. This playful end is energetic and the breaks are heavily chopped letting sub fill in.
|A||Phuture-T - Ominous Maze|
|B||Earl Grey (3) - Without Purpose|