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Boomkat Product Review:
It's album number three from drummer/composer Thomas Stronen and Supersilent synth-wielder Stale Storlokken, and this one's recorded live. You'd never actually know this was an album compiled from concerts played across various European venues - it all sounds so unwaveringly precise and beautifully rendered. Both in terms of its performance and its recording Rest At World's End is an impeccable piece of work, capturing the polyrhythmic skills of Stronen in all their many-tentacled glory, whilst Storlokken's freakish, day-glo synth lines sear holes into the back of your brain - especially on tracks like 'Stream' and 'Solar Sail'. The real surprises come during quieter, more sensitive moments however. During prior albums we scarcely got to hear the stately experimentation and zen-jazz found on the likes of 'Rest At World's End', nor have we previously encountered the echoic waifishness of 'Airport'. Consequently, despite not really being a 'proper' album, these tracks actually make for a more varied and dynamic album sequence than you might have heard on the previous two studio efforts. The recordings are all of the highest quality too, mastered by Deathprod himself, Helge Sten. Recommended.