Hailing from San Fransisco, the producer known as Lavender has today released his sophomore album titled Horizons Beneath the Surface via the leftfield, dark, and ambient-oriented Detroit label Jacktone Records. Following the release of his clandestine debut LP titled Mystique Youth, which SF Weekly named in its "Top 15 Bay Area Albums of 2015" round-up, the producer's cinematic form and equivocal sound continues to impress. Easily compared to "the complex spontaneity of early Pink Floyd and the uncanny atmospherics of John Carpenter," this album is a poignant and mechanical collection of tracks with far-reaching sonic scenarios.
You can stream the album in full below.
You can purchase the album by going here.