After close to four years have passed since his last album release, Tim Larner from Australia is back again with his fourth studio album titled: The Space between. The title fits perfectly with this release as there is a lot happening in his tracks. From the first kick to the last, this release is signed Sensient all over the place, with those robo-chick one-or-two work vocals and his deep, deep (did I say DEEP?), and very progressive build-ups.
This release focuses more on the darker side of Sensient, moving away from those more electro influenced tracks we've found on his last album Anti-Fuoro. It's also great to see that Sensient is still a major force in today's psychedelic music scene and still manages to stay away from the more full-on, neo-full on, Isreali trance style of production.
With many techno influences, Sensient serves us The Space Between on a gold platter with an eight track album that, track after track, completes this great journey. This album definitely creates an atmosphere of sonar pleasure to those who like their music deeper than usual. If you like Sensient's style, then this album will not disappoint you at all. Yes, yes, those pounding dark basslines are definitely present in a few of the tracks in this one as well.