I’ll bet you didn’t even know you wanted a two-and-a-half-hour double album of Swedish experimental minimal dub techno, did you? But if Blomma‘s length seems intimidatingly large, its opening track “Everything Is All You’ve Got” is enticingly warm. Over the course of twenty sweet minutes, its Carbon-Based-Lifeforms-like acid ambiance and murky vocal samplings slowly bloom into a weird, bleep-bloopy 4/4 floor stomper. Once you’ve returned from orbit, check out the whole album, out now on Cocoon Recordings.
[Cocoon Recordings; 2013]