TM Juke – Maps From The Wilderness


A cohesion of beautiful melodies and rugged beats, “Maps from the Wilderness” is an accomplished album that should earn TM Juke the same accolades as fellow Tru Thoughts album acts Quantic, Jon Kennedy and Bonobo (who now record for Grand Central and Ninja Tune respectively). Having recorded various songs for Tru Thoughts under the guise of Al Stylus, TM Juke took it upon himself to adopt a name suitable for styles and sounds he wished to explore with this album. The styles are varied and they seem to span the full orchestral range; rolling timpani drums underpin hazy beats whilst delicate guitars flitter amongst intricate strings. As a producer, TM Juke draws on funk, soul, hip-hop and jazz influences, but adds a greater depth and maturity with immaculate arrangements that belie his twenty three years and give “Maps of the Wilderness” a strikingly original yet strangely familiar feel.


01. Knee Deep feat. Alice Russell & Jim Oxborough
02. Just For A Day (Sunday)
03. Get It Together feat. Bread & Water
04. Fast Asleep
05. Playground Games feat. Alice Russell
06. Interlude
07. Map Two
08. Wilderness Kids feat. Rup
09. In The Twilight
10. Form To Follow feat. Kelster
11. Remember 99

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