Boomkat Product Review:
Described somewhat oxymoronically as an "ambient power trio", Montreal's Torngat return for a second album. In typically angular fashion the opening track is titled 'Interlude', setting you up for a hazy, eerily atmospheric sequence of events. Ghostly keyboard figures take the lead with a distorted organ creaking into life, gathering up momentum for the haunting title track - a piece of music that owes as much to Harmonic 33-style library music pastiche as it does to instrumental prog and post-rock. Throughout the record the sound takes on a warm, muffled and generally rather enigmatic feel that's just the right side of lo-fi, with the comparatively full-blooded closing number 'Going What's What' permitting just enough of the track's lamenting brass melodies to poke through the mix. A beautiful album, and one that doesn't quite sound like anything else.