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Boomkat Product Review:
Prurient serves the big highlight on Snow Ghosts’ Husk, which combines their Lied and Vetiver EPs with an thorny 11-minute remix of Lied by the Hospital Productions overlord.
Off the Lied EP there’s the titular mix of metal and folk modes and the Riverdance stageshow styles of Decorate My Bones, whilst their Vetiver EP supplies the speedy angst of its title cut and the trip hop epic, Dawn, whereas the strung-out synths of Undertow were originally found on Houndstooth’s Tessellations compilation.
However, they’re all overshadowed by looming spectre of Prurient’s take on Lied, where the arch American noise maverick replaces Hannah Cartwright to a much bleaker scene of BDSM atmospheres and clanking techno also familiar to his Vatican Shadow output.