I'm a massive sucker for texture, and the exquiste use of it here tantalized my soul with pleasure.
"Goodbye, goodluck" comes across as a sad song about love and departure... Although what's ironic about it is that the quality of production is bound to leave a smile plastered on your face. Apart from the texture, what also stood out this track was the punchiness behind the drums. I loved that the snare was dry and naked of fx, plus the tom rolls provided movement during the stages of transition.
Elements of Hip Hop, Indie and Downtempo are meshed together to form what sounds like the sonic child of Tycho and Four Tet.