Mind Bokeh - Warp
FILTER Grade: 82%
By Zachary Sniderman on May 12, 2011
The problem with calling your album “bokeh,” the art of being unfocused, is the danger of living up to it. Mind Bokeh has all the cuts and scratches you’d expect from an album by a producer, but it’s jerky without being propulsive, mixing a swathe of styles with harsh funk, sudden stops and melancholy undertones. “Wake Up!” and standout “Take Off Your Shirt” find a great groove. The rest feels a little light, a little hectic and, yeah, a little bokeh.