Media Partners | Contributors | Advertise | Contact | Log in | Sunday 23 September 2018
182,981 SUBSCRIBERS

Review - Errors: Come Down With Me

RATE THIS ARTICLE

Share This Article:

4/5

Errors' cheekily titled 2007 debut It's Not Something But It Is Like Whatever achieved much critical acclaim for its mix of quirky beats with organic yet angular instrumental jams, but still largely passed under the radar. errors

Similarly, new album Come Down With Me is a record that frustrates and pleases in equal measure, for the simple reason that Errors have tinkered with their sonic formula very little, a move that will further endear them to their existing fanbase but leave them unlikely to break out of the underground.

First single 'A Rumour In Africa' is the most radio-friendly cut on offer, while 'Supertribe' mixes the same Afro-tinged themes with twinkling, rising synths.

Errors have overcome the difficult second album syndrome to make a record that, while not a game-changer, is a lesson in danceable yet intelligent electronic music.

First published by Epigram

read more



© 2018 TheNationalStudent.com is a website of BigChoice Group Limited | 10-12 The Circle, Queen Elizabeth Street, London, SE1 2JE | registered in England No 6842641 VAT # 971692974