Intricate yet subtle, ‘Help’ explores the boundaries and commonalities of Jazz and Electronica through samples, warm piano, and a looping, multi-layered approach to composition. Thematically, the album tackles mental health, the master/slave dynamic at the heart of so many music industry contracts, and what collaboration can bring to a project. On ‘Something’ distorted wavering vocals rub shoulders with rich natural vocals and discordant electronics play off rich, glassy chimes. Elsewhere, on the retro-futurist Jazz of ‘Alone’, cavernous echoing piano gives way to more immediate electronics. Pared down but not to the point of minimalism, ‘Help’ is an album of surprisingly grand space. Filled with contrasting textures, each track ebbs and flows with room to spare.