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Boomkat Product Review:
Resonant aren't half churning them out at the moment, what with the recent Small Sails, Port Royal and Stafraenn Hakon albums all causing a stir. This latest venture comes from Carta, a group comprising Subtle's Alexander Kort and Jared Matt Greenberg of Charles Atlas. A close point of reference would be Hood, particularly on the moody sonic vistas conjured up on 'Simultane' and 'South Circular', there's something yet more earthy and organic about tracks like 'Perdido' and the swooping Rachel's-style opener 'Kavan'. Taking an entirely different path is the title track, which features an Espers-style dark folk theme, largely thanks to the Meg Baird-alike vocals by Sarah Bell. As the song gathers steam (it clocks in at almost 12 minutes) a unfolding sense of shoegaze texture builds up, distancing the whole affair from its initially quite rustic beginnings, until by its end there's screeching distortion flying about all over the place. Another fine entry into Resonant's rapidly expanding catalogue of forward-thinking post-rock.