|1.||"Close Your Eyes"|
|2.||"I Don't Know"|
|3.||"Gravity" (feat Nashira)|
|10.||"Edge Of Space"|
Newcomers Inhmost are either in their late thirties, or have spent much time trawling through the back catalogues of '90s ambient labels such as Fax and Apollo. You see, this hazy, evocative and spellbinding debut album for Greta Cottage Woodpile - all drifting, blissful chords, twinkling melodies, enveloping pads, alone-in-space ethos and distant, barely audible thud - sounds like a long-lost album from Biosphere, Sun Electric (circa their 30.07.94 Live CD) or Pete Namlook, with more than a little Selected Ambient Works era Aphex Twin mixed in. Dragbacks On Dockweiler State Beach, though, is more than mere hollow revivalism of '90s "chill out room" pastiche. It's a special album, full of mood-enhancing moments, vibrant aural colours and melodious, early morning intent.
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