|2.||"Orion Song" (3:39)|
|3.||"Moscow (Mariposa Voladora)" (3:15)|
Two years on from the release of her last album for Break World, sound designer Elysia Crampton returns to the North Carolina-based imprint with more weird and wonderful electronic explorations. It's a curious but hugely entertaining album, all told, with Crampton variously layering skewed electronic rhythm tracks with pots and pans percussion, drunken piano lines, frazzled kosmiche guitars, fairground Harmonium and sparkling, almost glacial synthesizer melodies. It's a pretty bonkers affair, if truth be told, but one packed with brilliant ideas and unusual sonic fusions. It may be a cliche, but it's certainly one album that gets better with each successive listen.
Tell us what you think in the Facebook comments box below: