12" £14.49 GI-131
Ltd swirled vinyl 12" on Ghostly International inc. King Midas Sound remix.
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Personally I reckon this EP is pretty expensive, but then nobody has a gun to your head. Well maybe they do but you're probably rolling with a bad crowd if that's the case. This of course is one of Jusin Broadrick's many projects and it's sorta epic. The first tune 'Seventh Heaven' has big emotive synths and vocal samples and although electronic it conjures up some of the feelings from the Jesu stuff. Next tune 'The Rainy Season' has a kind of shoegaze vocal with deep comforting synth swirls and drum and bass percussion. The bassline is well nice too and the total sound is ultra dreamy, melancholy yet uplifting. A real classy number me thinks. Flipside time has 'Wash It All Away' gets the prestigious King Midas Sound Treatment sounding like it's been filtered through prime Bristolian trip-hop, all stoned and crackly yet with that heaviness and dubwise element associated with KMS. 'Resonanz Therapy Music' is most sweet and highly evocative, like the distant ghost of a classic house record embellished with decaying static and blissed feminine vocals being transmitted from deep within the ether. This is my personal fave on the EP. 'Drag Your Feet' closes the EP with affecting strings and a slightly off-kilter organic sounding electronica mode. As with all the tunes on here it's totally blissed out and will work a treat when those curtains are closed. Unless you're one of those weirdo's that keeps the curtains closed all day. 500 copies only on silver splatter vinyl.
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