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Boomkat Product Review:
Faith Coloccia and Alex Barnett plumb fathomless cosmic synth music and abstract electro-acoustic dimensions in their nebulous 2nd album for BEB. Patched and layered from a palette of raw synth noise, EVP interpretations, drum machines, field recordings and vox, it reveals a more intangible sense of space and timbral sensitivity compared with their debut 'Retrieval' (2013), whilst also presenting a finer-tuned feel for gripping, deftly haptic arrangements. Randall Dunn (Sunn O))), Earth, Master Musicians of Bukkake) again sits in the production/mixing chair, filleting the duo's frequencies with exquisite touch to render their blend of "natural" and, by turns, "unnatural" sources as fluid, alchemical, and spectral. Bookended by the arch and collapse of symphonic Prophet 5 strokes in 'Truth Teller' and 'Ash Grove', the album twists between Terminator techno tones in 'Dreamsnake' to excoriating ambient washes and cathartic glossolalia in 'Healer'; tracing the Schnitzler-esque contours of 'A.M. Horizon' to crystallise the liminal, piercing, and pineal vision of 'Rose Eye' and the star-eyed mystery of 'Agate Cross'. It's future-primitive imagineering par excellence, and strongly recommended to star-charters and se'ers such as Wolves in The Throne Room, Steve Moore, Prurient, Decimus.