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Boomkat Product Review:
Naarm’s fertile hotbed of spirited ambient energies spurts this milky gem by John Jones (AV Moves, Geo Rip) and Jesse Sapell (Motion Ward) for fans of the quietest fronds from Perila to Ulla and Craig Tattersall.
Like a dream bath that never loses its warmth, ‘peeled’ proffers space to sink in and soak up sublime good vibes with its stillness and spirit cleansing suds. No moulds are broken, but they are refined to a T inside, sustaining an atmospheric sort of psychic nourishment that appears to genuinely care for your well-being.
Safe of sharp edges, but providing for a fine balance of oily and coarse textures, the album proceeds from gossamer fine strokes of electric ambient blues guitar and murmuring rhythms on ‘6AM (Iris mix)’, thru Eno-esque choral motifs and mumbient bath time feels on ‘Lily Pad (with Izelia)’, across broader expanses of sail-away isolation in ‘Low Western’ to Robin Guthrie-esque washes in ‘Meetings and Partings’. They evoke the quietest passages of Burial’s UKG reminiscence on ‘Meshing’, and you can almost feel the soul rising up with the bath steam in the convective pads of ’Syntropy (with J)’.