Exposure is the long-awaited debut album from Reverse Commuter; a project of enigmatic California producer Kenneth James Gibson. Joining [a]pendics.shuffle and indie band Bell Gardens as distinctive musical activities of Gibson, the Reverse Commuter project reveals a sonically adventurous, song-focused attitude that exists to get inside one’s head. Kelly Johnston affirms this with her vocal contributions on two of the album’s more evocative tracks: “Still Voice Convincing” and “Icarus”. The sonic effects of Exposure have fully taken over by “Whispers In”, featuring Douglas J. McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb, Recoil) providing a masterful vocal performance over a pulsating, otherworldly soundscape. "Mixed Exposure" completes the experience by offering the sounds of Reverse Commuter (including unreleased selections) as they are meant to be heard on the dance floor.