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Boomkat Product Review:
HNIA’s ahead-of-their-time, washed-out ambient ‘Home Recordings 1979-1986’ surface in a second volume of their retrospective with Disciples, uncannily recalling a prototype of Rod Modell’s Shorelights project (which were recorded in the same region 30 years later) as though filtered by Wolf Eyes.
“Second volume in a trilogy exploring the teenage tape experimentation of Warren Defever aka His Name Is Alive. Echo-drenched guitar instrumentals, field recordings and gorgeous ambient tones pulsate through the analogue murk, also taking in dalliances with greyscale industrial drone, musique concrète and even a burst of 4-track noise pop reminiscent of the early work of The Jesus And Mary Chain.”