Boomkat Product Review:
Another album of unclassifiable experimental songs from British band the Sian Alice Group, who blend elements of avant-rock, folk and dark, cinematic tones for a uniquely atmospheric, inter-disciplinary sound. A Stereolab-like mix of pop modernism and Terry Riley minimalism gets the album started ('Love That Moves The Sun'), before all momentum is dismantled in favour of fluid ambience on 'Airlock'. From here on the band continue to genre-hop before stumbling upon a rich vein of balladry on tracks like 'Grow Again, Repeat' and 'First Song - Angelina'. As with their previous recordings, this latest from the Sian Alice Group is a bit of an enigma, but its slow-burning loveliness proves to be enduring and reveals more with every listen.