Not a masterpiece, but it shows a band that could be worth keeping an ear on in this decade.
Despite the album’s fairly minimal nature, there’s something vast and alien about these songs.
I’m not comparing Lasso to the greats of country yet, but they have the potential of putting out an album worthy of comparison.
One of the best and darkest trance records you could ever hope to hear.
Flux is a beautiful, dark mixture of industrial electronica.
The most straightforward Havalina release to date, if you can use “straightforward” to describe a Havalina release.
It’s uncanny how Unwed Sailor is able to convey emotion through a simple melody, a brush of a cymbal, a rolling bassline.
Home Is Where It Hurts contains a healthy dose of the band’s intriguing blend of melancholia, autumnal sounds, and pastoral post-rock.