9/10 Brian Staff review, 18 November 2010
More droney shizzle yeah? So pure man. Glacial as fuck, dude. I'm a bit droned out today, can you tell? I've had one record containing some semblance of groove & rhythm and I'm running out of mental steam - fast. This is a limited white vinyl thang on the Digitalis label. It is a dream-like album, numbering three tracks, spilling with fine acoustic resonance & beauty. I especially dig the manipulated & processed bowed strings on the final movement 'Heartsink' which add a really spiritual dimension, comin' in yer ears like the aural equivalent of a heavenly glade, the morning sun just cracking through the tips of towering pine trees on a June morning. I've just returned to the eponymous opening epic and I'm wanting to take it home, light some incence & lay on my bed smoking some fine illegal substances. The delicious shimmer on this is proper spacing me out. I'm dribbling all over this laptop and thinking of fine grains of sand falling through a lady's fingers & silk drapes. My eyes are getting incredibly sleepy and I've got a ridiculous monged smile on my face. Dave has just brought me a cup of tea, thank fuck for that...
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