A six track EP with 4 bonus tracks for those kind enough to pay for a download.
"This is music that floats through the decayed urban air of today as well as all our yesterdays. 'Airfix' is virtually a moog symphony, choral keyboard strings adding a truly epic and orchestral feel to the song. And this music is also hugely affecting; there is an unsettling air here for sure, but also one of melancholy and desperation. This is electronic music made with a human sensibility. 'The Circle' is a carefully layered slice of pure atmosphere that recalls the soundtracks to such 80's TV classics as Ken Freeman's score for 'The Tripods' or John W. Hyde's 'Chocky' whilst 'Wormfarm' is a more reflective tapestry of haunting electronica.
For fans of the previously mentioned John Foxx, Jon Brooks work and of acts such as Broadcast, this is essential listening. Finale 'Desire Paths' waves of synth, twinkling piano and insistent percussion leaves us with an almost anthemic work of otherworldly, urban analogue fear and tension."
Review by Grey Malkin, for The Active Listener blog.
released May 25, 2015
Written, performed, and produced by Stephen James Buckley