Boomkat Product Review:
**Debut release of cinematic atmospheres finding darker ground somewhere between early Oneohtrix Point Never, Lars Holdus and David Lynch soundtracks. C25. Two-colour risographed sleeves on recycled stock. Edition of 60** "'Permanent Liminality' leads the 25 minute journey with it's cinematic, Vangelis-esque opening, where end of life gasps of breath pierce through a dense choral hum, conjuring the ghosts of Brian Eno's 'Music for Airports' before morphing into a dry, desolate, Ballardian expanse of unease & dread... 'A fish hook in my finger' picks up where things have been left, again continuing this theme of the end. The breathing returns, this time manifesting as a guttural death rattle, life passes on as pulses of electricity signify the end. The next appears, again, as a bleak, industrial, burnt out desolate land. This is desperate music for future times."