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Boomkat Product Review:
Appropriately for a band named after a Stan Brakhage film, Mothlite's music is both cinematic and experimental, dabbling in epic, emotive songwriting and sculpting wonderful studio-spun soundscapes like 'The Untouched Dew', which within its eleven minutes takes in dark drones, abstract choral composition, gorgeous string sequences and noisy volume swells Sigur Ros could be proud of. each of these six pieces has its own distinct persona, whether it be the discord and suspense of 'The One In The Water', the Animal Collective styled esoterics of 'Neverbegoodwood', or the symphonic, segmented prog orchestrations of the marvellous closing opus 'Hypnogogue'. Part of the band's success at fusing together such musically diverse and sophisticated passages surely has something to do with the line-up of contributing musicians, which includes saxophonist/clarinettist Gilad Atzomon (a Robert Wyatt collaborator), and Chrome Hoof bassoonist Chloe Herington. A lavish and multi-textured body of work, Flax Of Reverie sounds like post-rock grown up. Highly recommended.