You’re now following Adam Balest, which means you’ll see a story in your music feed whenever Adam Balest collects new music. We’ll also send you the occasional email summarizing the activity of all the fans you follow (you can turn that off over on your settings, if you prefer).
This long awaited album by Loess starts out with an unassuming back beat along with their tried and true click crunch percussive motifs. After a few bars a highly signature synth stab melodically comes into the forefront. Swishing disorientation swirls around the sound stage as it become apparent the ground on which this song is standing is undulating like ocean waves. For long time fans, this albums kicks off to a great start.