- Words: Brion Paul
- Label: Ghostly International
With no cute cartoon cats or birds anywhere to be seen, Ghostly lays bare the cavernous depths of its spiralingly intense inner soul on this frighteningly stunning album. Drenched in echoing, eerie elements, saved from solipsism by startling sheaths of shimmering sound surges, Twine benefits from its singular approach to electronic music, where no clear reference points emerge. While some may be quick to proclaim terms like "glitch" or "IDM" from behind the imperial high horse of their record shop register, Twine seductively refutes them all with shimmering guitars, an enveloping electronic language and hazy female vocals. Essential.
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