Boomkat Product Review:
London’s Low Company prize this exquisite side of home-brewed electronic meditations from the ‘90s Scandinavian underground for a new vinyl edition
Arriving with minimal background info, the music speaks directly to lonely, heavy-lidded experiences, articulating late night feels in a series of mumbling, nicotine-stained electronic meditations.
It feels kinda like a bluer adjunct to the sort of obscurity you might expect on Spencer Clark’s Pacific City Sound Visions, or the wooziness of RAMZi’s meandering new age, but with Pacific breezes swapped out for a Baltic chill and a serotonin-depleted lack of lustre that’s begging us to reach for the 5-HTP right now.
Moody spods and bedsit dreamers, you know the vibe.