Ever looked in a mirror before seeing yourself air drumming, performing air guitar, scatting into a hairbrush? French trip hop producer and DJ Jean-Christophe Le Saout (aka Wax Tailor) probably remembers as much. His fourth studio album entitled Dusty Rainbow from the Dark is a concept record that tells the story of a little boy - the one listeners witness on the cover - discovering the power of music. Complete with narrative interludes supporting the plot, the album's gotta be heard from start to finish in order to reach the full experience, and while the overarching theme here isn't remarkable by any stretch, it's still handled very well. The same applies to a lot of the musical compositions comprising Dusty Rainbow..., for they're basically enjoyable enough to sit through in a state of concentration. Ranging from the guest cameos to the misty-eyed production, Wax Tailor surely does a lot right in the span of 53 minutes. Tasty shit.