Laurel Halo - Quarantine
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2012 Ratings: #121 / 928
User Score
Based on 58 ratings
2012 Ratings: #20
May 29, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hyperdub / Label
Electronic / Genres
Your Review


FACT Magazine

With this record Laurel Halo has created a strong work that, while being notable and challenging for its unusual, compact combination of pop, ambience and musique concrète, is also immersive and enjoyable for this exact reason.


My experience with Quarantine feels more like an interactive, multimedia affair, as though I'm listening to a record while simultaneously trying to solve a puzzle or challenge the CPU in a video game.

Beats Per Minute

This is probably among the most original and enigmatically seductive albums we’ll hear all year, and that itself is certainly an achievement worth celebrating.

Jun 23, 2017
love the cover art
Mar 14, 2017*
La última vez que escuchamos a Laurel Halo cantar, lo hacía en muestras de su mejor material hasta la fecha: Quarantine. Su voz presume un tilde sin muchos arreglos, una voz simple y arriesgada, pero que fue herramienta para el desarrollo de sus mejores canciones.

Antes de incursionar en una esfera total del frío techno independiente, Laurel creaba estéreos pop con una remarcada influencia en los sintetizadores ambientales--casos como lo hecho en King Felix o ... read more
Nov 22, 2014
Tom Simmons
Fav Tracks: Light + Space, Airsick, Years

Least Fav Track: Joy
Dec 14, 2013
Space Vacation
A very uncomfortable and depressing album.
Very open and honest, very emotional.
I liked it a lot; at some times though I felt it got a bit exaggerated for my liking, but it kept it's cool more often than not.
Purchasing Quarantine from Amazon helps support Album of the Year.
Track List
  1. Airsick
  2. Years 
  3. Thaw 
  4. Joy 
  5. MK Ultra 
  6. Wow 
  7. Carcass 
  8. Holoday 
  9. Tumor 
  10. Morcom 
  11. Nerve 
  12. Light + Space

Added on: May 30, 2012