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Boomkat Product Review:
20th anniversary edition of a glowing minimal ambient/post-rock gem from Adam Wiltzie (Stars Of The Lid), and Bobby Donne (Labradford) aka Aix Em Klemm for this solitary 2000 release with Kranky
A quietly sparkling and still radiant reminder for those who crossed its path, and a new find for those who missed it, Aix Em Klemm’s eponymous outing trades in a barely-there language of whispering electronics and featherlike guitar strokes that linger in the air like scents and hues, drifting from gorgeously strung out drone-pop hymn ‘The Girl With The Flesh Colored Crayon’ to exquisite twilight scenes in ’Sophteonal’ and the tenderest rendering of hazy ambient Americana in ‘Prue Lewarne’ and ‘Sparkwood and Twentyone’, with the satin tone and digital clicks of ‘The Luxury of Dirt’ recalling Terre Thaemlitz in that cusp of millennium era.
It’s a dead lovely, under-the-radar album that’s well worth your time if you're looking for some downtime bliss.