Naibu ‎– Habitat

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Horizons Music ‎– HZNCD008
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1 Come In Slow 3:20
2 Keep It Simple
Conductor – Benjamin Le JeanStrings – Céline Mao
4:55
3 Decay
Vocals – Simon Jinadu*
4:02
4 Into The Distance
Co-producer – Ena (2)Guitar – Ena (2)Vocals – Key (21)
5:06
5 Secret Room
Vocals – Miss Drop
6:44
6 Shuttle
Guitar – Benjamin Le Jean
4:23
7 Dig The Past 6:51
8 All Places 5:53
9 Sugar And Cream 4:35
10 Long Way Out 7:34

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  • Barcode: 5 070114 363380

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HZNLP007 Naibu Habitat(2x12", Album, Ltd + CD, Album) Horizons Music HZNLP007 UK 2012 Sell This Version
HZNLP-007 Naibu Habitat(2x12", TP, W/Lbl) Horizons Music HZNLP-007 UK 2011 Sell This Version
HZNLP07downl Naibu Habitat(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Horizons Music HZNLP07downl UK 2011

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councilof9

councilof9

April 18, 2012

Habitat is Naibu's second album. This is the album for lovers of smooth, deep and organic sound of drum&bass and chill out. Since Habitat arrived, i can hardly play anything else. Sounds are amazingly clean and clear, and heavy use of strings, pianos and vocals make it sound symphonic and organic. It make it sound human. What i really like is emotional balance. It doesn't get too happy and cheesy, or dark and depressive - its somewhere in between, serious, elegant, straight to the point. Naibu style. Beats and tempos are highly diverse which makes listening to Habitat sound like a journey more than like a compilation, which a lot of albums lately remind me of. Although i didn't really like tracks 3 and 4, everything else is an instant favorite for me - especially "Keep It Simple" and "Dig The Past". So for all people out there into chilling and atmospheric sound of drum&bass it is definitely worth checking it out, it really has a soul and stands out from loads of generic stuff out there. Highly recommended