Boomkat Product Review:
Another winning entry into Richard J Valeo's more experimental catalogue, this two-part exploration of high-end synthesis and avant-garde digital drone finds the Isomer Transition man shifting into some of his most engrossing material to date. 'When Darkness Falls' boasts a dynamic range that stretches between beams of metallic resonance and hushed, spooky sci-fi tones evocative of something you'd expect to hear in an abandoned space station. 'Beside The Beach' offers a more textured palette, gathering up yet more artfully constructed drone signals and combining them with coarsely tactile field recordings. This is no easy-going, conveniently harmonious confluence of sound waves though, and there's an undercurrent of darkness running through the EP that's highly refreshing.