Boomkat Product Review:
Divided into four lengthy pieces, Space Finale has the feel of a classic piece of analogue experimentation, populated by obliterated field recordings, vintage synth timbres, archaic, blipping tones and above all, acre after acre of sustaining, continuous sound.
It's hard to know exactly how this music came about, but if you scry long enough over these vast, smoky vistas you'll hear shapes (of some sort) starting to emerge. The principal 'instrument' listed in the making of this record was a Revox 2-channel tape machine, and the fact that the release was originally consigned to cassette means that the warm, ferric character of the music is seen through right to the end.
The classic, old-fashioned styling of the album contributes to the ambiguity that hangs over proceedings; very few modern, digital drone records manage to achieve such an unshakable air of foggy enigma, and at its intangible best 'Space Finale' evokes a fantasy meeting between Delia Derbyshire and The Hafler Trio.