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The ever mysterious Sub Loam makes an appearance this week with a two track limited CD housed in a 7" jacket with a 14" fold out poster/sleeve, limited to 230 and hand numbered by the artist. The two tracks clock in at over half an hour and are extended synth jams of a meditative nature. Opener 'Lines in The Landscape' is a repeato jam with a fetching synth line that slowly evolves over its fif ...

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CD in 7" sleeve on Dissolving Records edition of 230, Sweeeeet!.

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The Ley Hunter's Companion by Sub Loam
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 04 August 2011

The ever mysterious Sub Loam makes an appearance this week with a two track limited CD housed in a 7" jacket with a 14" fold out poster/sleeve, limited to 230 and hand numbered by the artist. The two tracks clock in at over half an hour and are extended synth jams of a meditative nature. Opener 'Lines in The Landscape' is a repeato jam with a fetching synth line that slowly evolves over its fifteen minute duration and remains captivating throughout due to its ever so cheeky melody. 'Odyssey' touches on familiar arpeggiated synth territory recently explored by the likes of Emeralds and Dolphins Into The Future and is very much a 'new age' jam. Both tracks are excellent and come highly recommended. Nice poster too.


9/10 dave Customer review,

Lovely (my 111 out of 230 just arrived). Lines in the Landscape is reminiscent of Manuel Gottsching. Not sure I'll be putting the poster up though.


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