Boomkat Product Review:
Ignatz has made a pretty fast turn around for this, his sophomore album and it charts him delving deeper into the darker recesses of bluegrass. The second track here is a real Ignatz rarity, in that no attempt is made to shroud the bare bones of the song in a shroud of murky effects, which reveals a deft, skilful songwriter lies beneath all that fog. 'Hurling Insence' shows a more ethereal side to the Ignatz sound, with guitar, voice and tape deterioration eschewed in favour of glistening electronic tones. It's a wholly beautiful palate cleanser that nicely sets up the closing tracks - the cavernous wah-wah filth of 'She Will Freeze' and the scuzzed-out blues of 'All Your Love'. Ace.