Boomkat Product Review:
Fizzy synthetic folk music influenced by Scott Walker and Serge Gainsbourg that sounds more like Oneohtrix Point Never, Klaus Schulze or James Ferraro. We're not mad.
Marcel Sletten's second EP is a set of short, humming synth drones. The sound might be best described as between Kali Malone's sacred organ drones and vintage Oneohtrix Point Never - graceful and melancholy but plastic and unsettling. 'Jack Nance' is particularly inspired, folding a black metal influence into the mix but retaining the rest of the album's slow-moving drone mentality. Gorgeous stuff, honestly - we're not sure whether it's folk music but it's damn good.