For 'Shelley’s on Zenn-La,' Oliver Coates designs a complex of bending truths and reverse walkways to vernal states. Open ears can peer down hidden aux channel corridors, while melodic patterns present two-way mirrors to rooms of other retinal colors. An endless euphoria is just beneath the dance floorboards of 'Shelley’s,' and an inquisitiveness unencumbered by the institution of knowledge surrounding its frame and inhabitants.
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Mesmerizing, hypnotic, scary, sad, and beyond fantastic. For some reason my mind plays a visual of a serial killer located in a dark, dirty, dank and disgusting bottom floor in an abandoned metal asylum hacking victims apart wearing a slight grin while this album plays in the background. I know that's not what this album is intended for. Perhaps I watch one too many horror movies. But then again, my avatar speaks volumes. D dihmonik