Boomkat Product Review:
Fractured, intra-dimensional raveries from a very promising new artist plucked out by Reckno - home to Kinlaw, Joane Skyler… Imagine what Maria Minerva might sound like had she been raised on jungle and gauzy IDM rather than '90s house, and you're within grasp of 'Oh Tina No Tina'. Naif, nursey rhythm lyrics and half-heard glossolalia perfuse an bloom in the cracks of rickety lo-fi structures, whether explicitly alluding to late '90s jungle in the crumbling hard-step and wilting ambient chords of 'Simon Peter James', or implicitly bound to dancehall in the exotic sway of 'Bounce 700', while the Leckey-esque collage of 'The Place To Be' makes beautifully gauzy use of halcyon daze samples and 'How Strange Are Bodies?' comes off like a pilled-up hymn to post-party lushness and tactility, leading onto the Bach/Solaris referencing 'All My Holes'. What an amazing release?! Warmest recommendations.