Boomkat Product Review:
Richard Chartier's Line label is at its best with Triac's gorgeous 2nd album of diaphanous drones. 'Days' could be taken as a measure of time, or equally as a pun on the lush effect of their music, presenting a barely-there suite of near-baroque melodic gestures that seem to float in mid-air, as though either moving very slowly or as a midnight mirage conjured by some gauzy mind. Within its seven pieces, ranging from pop-ambient temporality thru ten minute trips, they seem to capture the resonant, lingering after-thoughts of their instruments - Rossano Polidoro (laptop), Marco Seracini (piano, synth), and Augusto Tatone (electric bass) - as though sieving the timbre from the air of their recording space and compressing it to CD where it's used much in the same way a vapouriser would release pure THC. And, in much the same way as William Basinski's most forlorn tones have steeped in their own harmonics, they infuse your listening space with a patient, supernatural subtlety to die for. Warmest recommendations.