The “Lost in Fog” album offers a rich texture of what the label correctly describes as being ‘vinyl crackles, echoes and bowed strings’ but then also mixed with long trumpet fractions creating a very organic yet cold atmosphere (that somewhat reminded me of the cool Scandinavian atmosphere which Jan Garbarek transferred on his “Officium” album).
Here’s also a preview of the first track “Old Swings”
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