Weirdness abounds, in my favourite Amalgmated release so far. Review written for Heathen Harvest, meticulously monitored by Sage Weatherford.
"Rather than striving to capture a particular nostalgic vibe, these pieces are busy using old tools to explore new ground. Each side is a seamless flow of sections and subsections without any clear divisions, so I honestly have no idea what bit goes by what name. Indeed, because neither side is clearly labelled, I can’t even say precisely which names refer to which stuff on which side. Which is fine, of course, because an experience like this isn’t about the labels, is it? It’s about the vibes, daddy-o—the vibes."