Boomkat Product Review:
Subtly ambitious and charming debut of modern classical/electronica from a new, Manchester-based collective. With 'SLP001' the five piece ensemble, Points Of Light, have composed a serene and otherworldly suite where the David Tibet-like poetry and mannered vocals of Sam Quill are complemented by Eoin Roe's minimal keys and the mournful strings of Simmy Singh. But that fragile world likely owes most to the filigree electronic structures of label heads David Futer and Laurence Tompkins, whose deft, unobtrusive accompaniments of static textures and glistening harps and 2-step glitch reductions on 'London Conversation' make the strongest impression, especially when contrasted against more traditional, conventional elements. Promising.