"Calm down and have a joint" says the sample at the end of the intro track.
Atmospheric, beat oriented, and groovin'.
If you like to create vivid imagery in your head using music as the brush, this album paints nice vivid strokes.
Puts together a cinema scape in a shadow or avalanches esque way. Not to mention just bangin enough to keep in a random playlist without listening all the way through. Soulful instrumentation and intricate percussion elements weave throughout seamlessly. It's never groundbreaking or revolutionary; but is ridiculously consistent, and meticulously crafted. One of my favorites of '09-'10 and I come back often.