After the new Emptyset in January on Thrill Jockey, Bristol based experimental/drone label Subtext releases another surprisingly good drone record. In the footprint of Tim Hecker, Roly Porter or Paul Jebanasam newcomer Sabin creates his own sharp drone/noise world.
Just a few seconds in, you might believe your headphone is damaged, but I can calm you, it’s not. Like similar other great drone records, “Terminus Drift” do not delivers simple stuff. The Scottish producer creates compley industrial structurs through a digital spectrum. He combines atmospheric textures, field recordings and a wall of growling distortion. These field recordings were captured in transit through Kyto, Tokyo and Berlin. “Terminus Drift” is an absract soundtrack in almost every moment. But it sounds never the same. Every track stands alone. One of the best attributes on “Terminus Drift” is the fact that you can fade out almost your whole envirement. The feeling about time disappears. It delivers the beauty of dark, clattering noise. If you like drone and noise music and names like Tim Hecker or Roly Porter aren’t totally unknown, this one is a highly recommondation!