There are very, very few people who can do atmospheres like 4lienetic does them. Having a successful alias built up largely around ambient/drone music, he has mastered the art of pads to such a degree that "mastered" might not even be the right word for it. In "Osiris", however, he tones down the soundscape, sidestepping into the realm of future garage.
The track unfolds slowly, a soft pad eventually being layered with a rich bassline and a vocal cut that echoes around one's head. The atmosphere is almost foreboding, yet carries with it a reassurance with it that allows the listener to sink themselves into the piece.
Setting a syncopated, loping rhythm, the drums sing out. Transient among the long-held notes of the pads and bassline, they almost sound janky, but in a tasteful sort of way. Their uneven nature helps lend some character to the piece and gives a respectful nod in the direction of Burial's work.
If you aren't already familiar with 4lienetic's work then let this article be your guiding light. Stream "Osiris" below and check out the rest of his discography while you're at it: