Which, again, isn't a bad thing. Britt knows his strong point -- bobbing beats laced with swirling keyboards and various head-candy textures -- and who to call in to rip the tracks. The tugging Mosez Gunn vehicle "About Face" and Dice Raw's "Rise and Vibe" represent on the head-nodding end of Britt's style. Rich Medina (who waxes like Gil Scott-Heron on "Planetary Analysis" and three other cuts), Bahamadia ("Transcend"), and French-language verbalists Miss Saigon and Lady Alma ("Che Sera Sera" and "Love's Time," respectively) tip the scales toward Britt's languid soul-fusion heart.
Adventures in Lo-Fi has clearly defined limits in terms of approach and timbre. It's not going to send folks back to the lab, which makes it no better or worse than most stuff out there. Activator anyone?