Overall, this is a potentially classic debut and Dust has clearly used his time away appropriately. Rather than rushing into something, Inji is a complex compilation of his finest material. It's good to finally have him back.
Tonally, Inji is a compulsively dynamic record, and for as much space as Dust covers over its runtime, his experiments and his more conventional inclinations very rarely miss the mark.
Vulnerable, seductive, and expansive, Inji is a promising reintroduction to Eastgate's music that honors his past while moving forward.
Inji is an erratic debut album, an invitation to go forward into weirder territories with Dust in the future. As invitations go, however, it's intriguing enough to take up.