Boomkat Product Review:
Eerie, oneiric electronic psychedelia from Lisbon's Ondness for Brighton's excellent Where To Now? label. 'Poor Man's Twilight Zone' exists in a headspace somewhere between Negra Branca's ethereal H-Pop scapes, Wanda Group's murky ambient and the kind of zonked post-techno purveyed by Opal Tapes, feeling out in the half light resonant, gamelan-like tones and lushest chord swirl in the 12 minute 'Trono', whilst 'Ongoing To Zona' combines celestial flute with a sort of lo-fi take on Porter Ricks' aquatic techno churn. 'Edit Sombre' is closer to techno proper with a buoyant 4/4 steppers momentum and mystic Chain Reaction atmospheres, whilst 'Off Radar' sinks leagues below sonar contact into a cold world of watery reverb and echoic throbs with an evocatively cinematic quality not unlike Demdike Stare or Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement.