For what could have been a basic Tri-Angle bluprint album, Order of Noise is often thrilling and jammed with ideas that are really interesting to slowly uncover on repeat listens.
Order Of Noise dances that fine line between the club and something dreamier.
Order of Noise may be his cleverest release to date: impenetrable on first glance but revealing a beauty, like a Magic Eye for your ears.
Gainsborough never lets us slip into an idealised state of yearning – easy emotional posturing is replaced with ingrained ambiguity, moderated sorrow and a certain weathered wryness
Order Of Noise is one of the most worthwhile genre-defying oddities of the year.
Gainsborough’s reliance on the value of shifting cards seems to trump what the cards actually are, and the fact that those three cards aren’t ever leaving your sight.