"And the city opens up its streets to me again. Gloomy and damp, walled by wet surfaces, Which the pale glow Bouncing off a languishing moon. She shows me her reddish bars without any embarrassment, Where the sex yawns against the black decor." NOT OUR WORDS !My preferred releases on Stroom are the singles (Saskia, Patrick Selinger, Prutser, Enno Velthuys, Kyoto et al) and here's another winning 7" to add to the list. Those who like to go root and branch on European minimal wave will likely recognise the names here - Smalts for their Minny Pops collection and that great EP on Plurex; Human Flesh for being one of the many pseudonyms of Insane Music bossman, Alain Neffe. Because it's Stroom, this is hardly a straightforward affair. Let's consider this post-minimal wave, where DIY/cassette culture aesthetics are varnished with a dreamy glaze, elongated and reshaped into new forms that draw upon ambient, new age, dreampop, folk, and experimental electronics yet resemble no one particular style, stuck in a kind of imagined purgatory, in between things, pop in limbo. Pop Limbo/ Limbo Pop. That's what i'm gonna call this. And now you can, too. More beautiful weirdos for the collection.