Boomkat Product Review:
**New York's Nickolas Mohanna meditates on the industrial heritage of his home borough, Brooklyn, via the electronic soundscape of early 1970s West Berlin in seven delicately structured and airy electro-acoustic pieces. It's a more "composed" and diverse follow-up to his fine 'Reflectors' LP for Preservation** "‘Parallax View’ picks up from where ‘Transmission Hue’ left off and sees Mohanna delving ever further into his arsenal of sound. Rich in musical and textural content, it is record that, by turns, soothes and invigorates with the music contained on these two sides allowing the listener to discover something new with each listen. Whilst it is a densely layered composition of many colours, forms and sounds, it still maintains a focussed narrative with a momentum that propels the listener along, rather than languishing in ephemeral murk. By fusing crackling, mangled electronics, ice-cold synths with lush guitars and enveloping swathes of calming ambience, Mohanna has succeeded in creating a record of intriguing depth and beauty. Within this beauty there is an edge, a grittiness, which almost forbids the listener to become complacent or swept away with the ebb and flow of this record. Whilst it is most certainly a musical journey, one with the most exquisite scenery, it requires the listener to be alert and in full possession of their wits."