Fort Romeau remixes Holy Other and take the latter’s ectoplasm mood music and turn it into an extended minimal house jam. This is what the Ghostly-signed producer does. I like the Soundcloud commenter who described this as “existentially good.” If you listened to that Devil record I posted a little while ago, this is an […]
Aaron Frank still doesn’t like witch house. Alongside Bristol and the Seattle, over the last several decades, Manchester has made a name for itself churning out perpetually gloom and doom artists like Joy Division and The Smiths. Understandably, there’s something intensely mystifying and gloomy about Holy Other’s With U EP. Add that to the fact […]
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