Heavy doses of hypnotic electronics swirl around your skull from the opening passages of Eraserhood. Scale is a major factor here, where everything feels magnified and epic. Zeigler and Lewis get into lofty zones that stretch the imagination and open up waves of positive feeling. “Observatories” is sunkissed afternoons and warm breezes, layered synths effervescent like champagne, popping off like when it hits the back of your throat. It’s beautiful and hopeful and exactly what I need right now. Throughout these rhythmic, cosmic excursions the mood shifts, but always points forward to the new dawn.