I agree, Beta Two Agonist: Autumn Perdue
is an excellent album.
Here is a link for anyone interested: DATABLOEM
The joint album with Jason Corder ("further to find closer
", also on Databloem) is a continuous work divided into 9 tracks. To my ears its a tad more Beta Two Agonist in overall style than Jason Corder, but it has a more free-flowing, open style than the more structured Autumn Perdue.
It has a fair bit of xylophone/vibraphone once it gets going, which is more a trait of Corder. I'd say its fairly mellow and, not surprisingly, full of fascinating little glitchy sounds, and occasional subtle glitchy rhythms. It really sustains a similar mood and feel throughout its 50 minutes, like it was one large laid-back live set. I really
like it once the mood settles in. So yep, well worth having (as with anything Jason has a hand in). I certainly think you will enjoy it, especially as you like the Beta albums.
It also has strong similarities to some tracks from the free release by OffTheSky: Subtle Trees
. But much less to the the very recent !escape Kit!
, which is a more heavy-handed, broken-beat-oriented album.