public memory

Those of you with a thing for vague recollections might well recall us falling over ourselves at the appearance on our player of the frankly gem like ‘lunar’ by public memory at the tail end of last year. Not wishing to beat about the bush like things, we here are suspecting that this could end up being as rare and rewarding a find as that of last year’s shoving of C Duncan into the public spotlight. A debut album imminent in the shape of ‘wuthering drum’ via the felte imprint has given up another taster from its eagerly awaited grooves with the appearance on sound cloud of ‘zig-zag’. Ushered in on a ghostly mistral and spirited upon a snake winding arabesque, a haunting ice sculptured choral apparition lost in the moment is found weaving its spell crafting charm over the hypnotic pulse of minimalist electronic murmurs that cast search light tractor beams into the ether to seduce your listening space in strangely alluring trance toned auras.

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