Boomkat Product Review:
Two mystic and burning cuts from Angel Bat Dawid following in the glistening wake of her hugely acclaimed debut album ‘The Oracle’
‘Transition East’ sees Angel’s brooding clarinet soloing with a close, conversational mood that fleets from sorrowful to angry and meditative over a bubbling machine beat that could almost be a more opiated and blissed take on Throbbing Gristle's 'Distant Dreams (Part Two)'.
‘No Space Fo Us’ erupts into sight with cacophonous, Ra-esque intro before locking into and increasingly intense, angular and bittersweetly discordant groove that resolves with her particularly sort of cathartic climax.
yeah this is the shit.