Daedelus has quite a bit of critical acclaim under his belt. In my opinion this electronic artist from LA first really found his sound with this album. It's an interesting album and at times almost infuriating but by the by it's a well crafted solid piece of work. The sound is the usual mix of strange and interesting samples from obscure places but unlike most of the electronic genre this has a distinctly Brazilian feel. In many songs carribean beats underly the mashup of sounds and each song is actually an entire song, not just a collection of sounds thrown in a blender like so many other artists end up doing. At 15 tracks it could probably have stood to bear to be cut to 10-12ish tracks but that's not a terribly big complaint, not when compared to the fact that it avoids sounding overly cold and artificial, despite otherworldly sounds at several points it seemed as though i was listening to an analogue recording. This is something you should play for people who scoff at electronica as a viable method making music, not simply sounds.
Daedelus - Denies the Day's Demise