'... would appear to document a séance in the teardrop of a fully submerged submarine manned by a crew of hexapods. but repeat plays tease out the finer details, opening up spaces in ada’s electro-magnetic tapestries for the ears to ease into the velvet hypnosis of burr and drift. throughout these three pieces a tightrope is being walked, a balancing act between the technological and natural worlds... it’s the hypothetical sound of finnish experimentalists pan sonic transferring their studio to the outside world only to watch it slowly disappear under a blanket of moss, lichen and rare species of sea lavender'
spencer grady, record collector magazine
'i had it playing in the painting studio for a few hours on repeat. totally lovely and wonderfully gritty as well'
steve roden, artist
'in a manner rather appropriate for a release affiliated with the uk’s first (and only) sound art gallery, is as much to do with the observation of sound as it is to do with the utilisation of it... sounds are applied in intricate layers – flickering static, the beep of active machinery – evoking an overall instability that feels electric and almost tangible'
jack chuter, attn: magazine
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