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Boomkat Product Review:
Soothing sounds for adult babies on the latest new age transmission from Florist's Emily A. Sprague.
Modular synthesist Emily A. Sprague's response to the COVID-19 crisis in March was to channel her fear and sadness into her recordings, so she set about creating music to sooth her aching brain. The result is 'Hill, Flower, Dog', a set of anti-anxiety jams that sound like glassy, digital lullabies created to ease the racing minds of adults in need.
These hypnotic, simple patterns loop and fold in on themselves, reminding of early '00s pretty IDM and the run of private press new age music that emerged in the '70s and '80s on the West Coast of the USA. Comparisons could also be made to Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, although Sprague's relative minimalism sets her apart neatly.
It might be too cute for some, but at the moment - for the sake of our inner peace, we'll take it.