Shimmering and shadowy debut from the duo of Zaheer Gulahusein and Justin Tripp, a pair who've spent a decent while operating at the edges of outerzone experimental electronics. Together they're impressively astute and intuitive collaborators, dialing in on some particularly eerie post-Berlin School atmospherics that are touched with the uncanny weirdness of Werkbund and the modern komische stylings of Tarotplane/12th Isle crew. And if you were to nod towards Rifts-era OPN, you'd not be corrected by me. It's a little psychedelic and zoned out, but shaded with enough of the dark stuff to retain a mildly (and welcome) unsettling edge - the press release points to Coil, an attempt to account for the darkness, and there's certainly an element of moon music mulch traipsing around in the background. Your soundtrack for the next time you contact aliens through your TV. You know the kind of thing. Double disc-er, heavyweight business.