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Boomkat Product Review:
'Dream Loss' is the murkier, more grimy counterpart to 'Alien Observer's submerged pop and travels further into Liz's astral tape haze and noisy, vocal ambience.
While the album might begin unassumingly enough with the downplayed 'Dragging the Streets', 'I Saw A Ray' greets us with a volcanic slither of noise and calloused harmony. This buried melancholy transports us through the album, and while the noise subsides to make way for Liz's layered vocal loops and withdrawn songs, the character and texture is still one of distortion and fragmentation.
As Liz Harris explained in the run-up to this double release, the albums are two very separate works, yet feed off eachother when heard together. To hear one without the other is to only hear a single facet of a whole piece - 'Dream Loss' adds the darkness, and in sinking deep into it we get a whole new understanding for 'Alien Observer'. It's a harrowing trip, but one laced with beauty.