Drift is the first studio album from American electronic musician Nosaj Thing. It was released on Alpha Pup Records on June 9, 2009. A remix of the album, Drift (Remixed), was released November 2, 2010 on the same label. Reception Track listing.
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Drift' s dubstep influence is immediately apparent in the chilly minor-key synths and fractured, ghostly drum programming of "Us" and "Fog", which evokes Burial. Chung has a similar flair for atmospherics and fondness for dank spaces; the drum sounds on "IOIO" resemble both the dripping of leaky pipes and swarming, squeaking rats. Occasionally, things get a little too lava-lamp; I wouldn't want to listen to "Coat of Arms" while stoned, as I think the halting strobe-light effect might make me seasick. Chung is clearly also fascinated by darkness and impenetrability, and Drift is filled with nighttime sounds. The brief moments of light, when they penetrate, feel slightly unreal; the woozy major chords of "2222" sound submerged, an impression reinforced by the sucking sounds surrounding them, similar to the noises you hear in your ears as you swim for the surface of a pool.
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|2||After A Long Time|
|3||Sink With Me|