Boomkat Product Review:
This second collection of synthetic experiments from veteran Australian artist Eugene Carchesio is less stark than its predecessor, exploring Radiophonic blips and sci-fi synth tones with expert restraint.
There's a charming dedication present in Carchesio's music. He's clearly inspired by the early electronic innovators who would release short-run private press records that simply experimented with a single synth sound or element, wringing out every bit of creative potential in the process. On "No Place II" he shows his confidence with his chosen instrument, allowing rhythms to cycle into the void and tones to cascade, bounce and squelch until nothing's left. Fans of vintage library music or the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's golden era will find plenty of head-wobbling, lunar cave-dwelling goodness here. Doctor Who sounds for days!