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Boomkat Product Review:
**Edition of 500** Posh Isolation spotlight Erik Enocksson's immersive synth-doom session, 'Apan' for reissue 4 years after Release The Bats' shorter run of 275 copies. And thanks you lucky boots they did, too, because it's a gripping album that could have quite easily escaped our attention otherwise. First intended to accompany Jesper Ganslandt's film of the same title, 'Apan' translating to 'Ape', ended up as a stand-alone album of crepuscular chamber pieces fashioned from bass, synth and tapes. It still functions perfectly as a soundtrack, but one that will now accompany a show inside your own skull where you write the plot, pick the cast, set the lighting, deal with the egos. If you're a fan of Bohren and the Club of Gore, Kreng, or Artemiev's scores for Tarkovsky, you'll probably have some spare scenery knocking about already.