Whilst stopping time in its grasp by opening up a record label mantle called Sleepy Beach, their 20-track compilation entitled “Vicissitunes Vol 1.” is guided through the glimmers of the strange, and those dimension-jumping spirits aided by unique angler textures – restored by two hands of Warp Records styled imagination.
Helped equally on from many other intelligent minded souls such as Holm Kenja, Old Arc and Shelf Nunny, the compilation of “Vicissitunes Vol 1” hopes to be the start of many more volumes to come that tower head & shoulders above the amulets of downtempo – and the dragon armour of Balearic diamonds.
Plastik Sound UK already has a second and a third release out from Kaya Key (who provides her “Resistance EP”) and Zaika making things equally as special with her “Morning Way / Missing You / What They Are” EP. Plastik People’s Compilation Album Vol. 1 consists of 16 multi-dimensional aural pictures, that wouldn’t sound out of place as a exquisite video game backing-soundtrack at all.
Whether your eyes or opened or your eyelids are closed, the earth-shattering melodies that pour and drift over this canvas of layers is remarkable – and genuinely unbelievable to savour. Aeropsia and Mist Glider each offer their own individual tracks on this compilation, so it is no surprise that this entire album sounds so good.
Now if you thought that the Dragonborn record label of Sleepy Beach would slack off on their initial release – then think on. Their second label release by Mist Glider entitled “Pyroclastic Flow” LP is another example of everyday-sounds use, sonar-felt atmospherics and soulfully trodden sonic booms that stretch, course and emanate motionlessly.
As a continued example of Mist Glider’s and Aeropsia’s audio odyssey, Mist Glider’s gold-panning-for-sounds results in consciously digesting ‘C FOAM,’ ‘Monterey’ and ‘Just Us,’ as a 20,000 leagues to the bottom of the sea outing – making a journey of this fibre, ever changing and credibly enduring & eternal.
As never-ending as agape type love is, Plastik Sound, Mist Glider and Aeropsia cease with the misdirection, and abide with a blueprint of perpetual motion only suited for kings and champions.
Every one of these tracks is saturated in supernatural radiance.