Escape to reality with an eclectic blend of psychedelic melodies, gritty beats, and down to earth flowetry. Make Some Noise kicks off the album with a face-slapping beat, street-wise lyrics, and an informative insight from one of Rod Serling's narratives on a psychiatric patient. Religious Experience the first single, borrows from a 1960's documentary on children taking LSD and backs it up with a catchy baseline and DJ friendly beat, paving its way to the dance floor as an indie hit. Magnetic Attraction brings together Crane's vocals and an ARP2600 to mellow you out in this hypnotic, positive song.
Best Served Chilled has so many diverse and genre-bending tracks that it would be criminal to try and classify them all-- but editors will try: electronica, hip-hop, chillout, psybient, europop, tech house, and even waltz. Imaginary Film Club's seemingly experimental techniques create a fresh and unique flavor; a spice rack of contemporary music that blurs the line between reality and imagination.