The debut album from the RnB and drum and bass underground darling is a lot of what you would expect from her. Hypotonic drums, mesmerizing vocals, and sterling production. On top of that, there are some quality features from Kelela and Central Cee. With that said this album is a bit stale and one-dimensional. There are several tracks that feel like other tracks, leaving you wanting some more diversity. Her breakout EP felt so much more focused and narrowed compared to this. Gemma has come a long way and I can?t wait to see what she builds into the future because she is still one of the most promising experimental R&B artists out there, just needs more time to marinate.