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Boomkat Product Review:
Spellbinding sophomore suite of eviscerated ‘ardcore and ghostly, textured ambience from Bristol’s Sophia Loizou, still in pursuit of the spectres sought on Chrysalis (2014) for Astro:dynamics.
With Singulacra she telescopes in on original early ‘90s rave thru a smudged electro-acoustic lens, peering thru decades of murk to reveal spectral diva silhouettes and ecstatically forlorn melodies buffeted by drifting, acephalic subs and skeletal breakbeats.
There are clear parallels to be drawn with everyone from Burial to Roly Porter and even Teresa Winter, yet Singulacra feels more detached, glumly resigned than any of the above, a fact exemplified in a beautifully elusive render of N-Trance’s Set You Free or the shivering, glistening cold sweat sheen of Glimpses of Death.