Rone’s near-decade-long dalliance with InFine bears more fruit on the producer’s fourth LP. Mirapolis opens with the breathtaking expanse of ‘I, Philip’, a glistening jewel of ambience that measures up to any of Brian Eno’s best work. It sets the tone nicely for a dense, detailed album, full of rich textures and stylistic left-turns. Indeed, the closest touchstone to Mirapolis of recent times is probably Gorillaz’s Plastic Beach, such is the album’s sonic vulturism and day-glo tinge. In addition to the glacial opener, Rone proves that he can do bombast (‘Faster’), lo-fi (‘Wave’) rolling (the title track) and much more without breaking the record’s spell.
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- 1 I, Philip 4:33 Rone Buy
- 2 Lou 3:43 Rone / John Stanier / Bryce Dessner Buy
- 3 Faster 3:12 Rone Buy
- 4 Spank 4:05 Rone Buy
- 5 Switches 4:19 Rone Buy
- 6 Origami 4:12 Rone Buy
- 7 Wave 5:32 Rone Buy
- 8 Brest 3:25 Rone / John Stanier Buy
- 9 Everything 4:34 Rone / Bryce Dessner Buy
- 10 Zapoi 1:37 Rone Buy
- 11 Mirapolis 5:58 Rone Buy
- 12 Down for the Cause 3:37 Rone Buy