Having come up with an annual-ish drop of 12s since 2010, Even Brenden AKA Chmmr set aside the spring of 2016 to challenge himself to a new format: a full-length album. A true nostalgic, he uses Compass Point-era and early Italo sounds for inspiration and attempts to simulate these styles. This makes for a melodic, chuggy and graphic album that belongs a little more in the living room than on the dance floor. With 10 tracks of dusty rhythms and the honest, naive and spacious themes that is Brendens signature, its a record designed to signal that todays technological future may not be as different as yesterdays. Features a nice-looking cover painting drawn by the late Harold Cohens AARON program - automation at its finest.