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Liam Blackburn's Ancestral Voices project continues to gain traction, thanks to key releases for the likes of Samurai Horo, but his new imprint, The Fifth Kingdom, is where we believe that the singular-minded artist will truly shine. Mycelia, this opening EP, is a bottomless pit of ethereal sonics, starting off with the rain-coated sounds of "Meruah", followed by the sinister chimes of "Syloh", and the grainy drone noise of "Eumycota". On the B-side, "Eluvial Horizon" features a wide-eyed, cinematic setting that recalls the jurassic shores of Cornwall, while the wonderful "Mycelia" is infused with an aqueous glaze of distant hums, and "Glasir" ends on a new age tip that reminds us of Holland's CHI.
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