Album Review: Sea Change- Mutual Dreaming

Norwegian producer and singer Ellen A W Sunde has produced yet another elusive, shining sad gem.

Mutual Dreaming hits that half awake/half asleep tender spot. Her dreamy, often whispered vocals cast her as sonic somnambulist, and songs like Night Eyes, OK and the title track are like drowning in pixels.

It’s elusive, warped and pretty sexy if you’re in the mood for drones, pulsing electronics and in the case of Never Felt, a kind of pitch shifted witchiness.

It’s an incandescent fever dream, intimate, raw and yet enchanted.

Out on February 11th via Shapes Recordings

Published by loreleiirvine

I'm a freelance arts monkey. Come see my brain vomit.

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