Noisey wasn’t wrong to reference to BSBD’s work with Nacho Picasso and Deniro Farrar, some great music came out of those collaborations. But that’s also only one part of what the duo has accomplished in the last 5 years of their career. The true foundations for what we hear on ‘II’ were laid on their previous instrumental albums, Late Night Cinema and Noir. That’s where they first started to experiment with freeform structures inspired by other genres, by extension testing the boundaries of what instrumental hiphop is and could be. And now the sweeping, epic Glaciers is poised to be a culmination of their exploration.