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Boomkat Product Review:
From the subterranean mines of Bristol, one half of Old Apparatus a.k.a. LTO presents a debut LP of mineralised electronica, avant-folk pop and midnight jazz notes
“LTO’s first release under his own name was the characteristically mysterious No Pasa Nada EP in 2015 - a heady cloud of greyscale sound design, ghostly timbres and deep sonics.
LTO returns with his debut solo LP ‘The Number From Which All Things Come’. Agrippa attributed the number ten to a sense of totality - the achievement - the return to the unit after the development of the cycle of the first nine numbers. It’s a complete number marking the full course of life.
This ‘life’ is what LTO has been growing for the past 10 years - a record including many re-visioned workings of early ideas along with off-shoots of the mysterious Old Apparatus collective. For many, he keeps remnants of that same mystery and wonder but here he contradicts and flips this facade to give a sentiment of warmth and openness.”