Decadent and enchanting, Midnight Black Indulgence weaves a nocturnal narrative with chapters spanning the emotional and stylistic gamut. Gardner’s virulent 4/4 tech-house minimalisms twist and bump on tracks like “Sooo Savey” and “Forget the Funk,” but it’s the sleek, scat-jazz allure of “The Long Way” and the opiate-like “Abandoned Earth” that indicate the depth of his mastery. Textural subtleties and lightly swirled melancholy are interlaced throughout the album, bringing out a richness in character rarely achieved by many outside of Matthew Herbert or Luciano. The title says it all.