Exposure is the long-awaited debut album from Reverse Commuter, a project of the multi-faceted Los Angeles-based producer Kenneth James Gibson. Featuring collaborations as well as solo productions, this kaleidoscopic set of songs gives a bird's eye view into the influences and techniques that make Gibson's music a special experience. Reverse Commuter joins [a]pendics.shuffle and the band Bell Gardens -- among other pseudonymous projects -- as distinctive musical activities of Kenneth Gibson, with Reverse Commuter showcasing an adventurous and song-focused electronic music sound. From the first track, the subdued and haunting "Take It", the design becomes clear -- Exposure presents a sonic world that exists to get inside ones skin. Kelly Johnston affirms this with her alluring vocal contribution to two of the albums more evocative tracks: "Still Voice Convincing" and "Icarus". Exposure's seduction completely takes over on "Whispers In", featuring Douglas J. McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb, Recoil) providing a masterful vocal performance over Gibson's pulsating, otherworldly soundscape and rhythm. The full nine tracks complete the spell, an audio conjuration that holds the listener within a entrancing web. As Kelly Johnston states on Exposures third track, "Do you see it? Do you feel through it?"