It’s often cited that water makes up 60% of the human body, with organs such as the brain clocking in at over 75% liquid. Kelpe’s Sea Inside Body is an ode to our aqueous nature that shares a melodic simplicity with Plaid and Boards of Canada. The album is all warbling synths and amniotic ambiance interposed with quirky sampling. It’s excellent, marred only by the addition of nonsensical samples of British females prattling on about painfully mundane matters. The bio mentions that Kelpe lifted many of the samples from his day job as a video editor, but they distract from the narrative of the album rather than add to it.