So, I may be a few days late with this Retro Review, but it was the New Years and I was enjoying myself (read: treating my hangovers with more of what put me in that state). So, because of the constant headaches and need for dark rooms to avoid bright lights, I found myself turning to music that falls into the more “chill” end of the musical spectrum. Also, since it was the New Year, I found myself feeling a bit nostalgic. Both of these feelings combined into me easing back to Esthero’s debut album ‘Breath From Another’. An album that has elements of Portishead and Bjork, ‘Breath From Another’ is a slightly more upbeat sounding approach to Trip-Hop. But does that work or does it hinder? Check for the answer after the jump.