Boomkat Product Review:
Latest entry in Touch's bitesize Touch Sevens series, with typically lush cover design and photography by Jon Wozencroft. This one comes from NZ native Paul Douglas aka Rosy Parlane, and was recorded in Auckland back in 2008-9. 'Willow' is a blast, its radiant widescreen drones and shimmering surfaces - which corrode and curdle over the duration - calling to mind the work of labelmate BJ Nilsen. 'Morning' is more reserved, elegiac even; rotary organ tones and delicate processing conspire to generate a superior sort of ambient music. Once again, the Touch Sevens series proves how powerful music of this style, which almost always tends towards long-form recording and performance, can be when compressed into three or four minute miniatures.