Imagine what Miles would sound like if he were produced by King Tubby and accompanied by a Speak-n-Spell and theremin. You'd hear something really special. An amalgamation of creativity, chops and electronics. A reverb saturated, dub exploration of the jazz motiff.
Smother.net called it "One of the best acid jazz albums in 2004." VH1 regular Jeff Lyons of Usedwigs.com called it "one of the coolest underground spins of the year" and Chris Slawecki, Senior Editor at All About Jazz, named "The Softest Touch" "The best (jazz) release of 2004."