Grubb has assembled a formidable array of offbeat, mostly electronic musicians in a grouping that defies easy categorization; the only ties that bind this 25-track disc are geographical. WDF starts the album off with an IDM number called "Birthday," a dizzying yet gentle trip through uptempo beats constructed of click-clacking drum sounds interspersed with almost-melodic tonal arrays. The disc then wends its way to Mid-Air's practically danceable melodies on "Lipstick." SoFla's resident drone semi-stars, the Goslings, make an appearance with the psych-influenced, darkly compelling dirge "Flowerpot."
If you prefer direct melodies sitting on top of easily recognizable beat patterns, then steer clear of this release. But if you want to clear the cobwebs out of your musical mind and see what South Florida's other side has been up to, do yourself a favor it's free.