Devon Loch's cult debut was a collection of somnolent organ, piano songs and ambient electronics. Primitive, ethereal and dreamy. Featuring Ela Orleans (Night School) on synths and violin, and Best Available Technology (Opal Tapes) on production.
Gatefold sleeve contains access codes for a short 'Sleep Scale' film by the video artist 4evaNao. Download includes remixes by Yaaard, B£AMS, Howlround, Adam Oko, The Nag's Head, Broshuda and Rasmus Folk.
Mastered by Sam Annand and cut at The Carvery in London.
'like Satie in a space-age bachelor pad' - Plinth
'it feels in many ways like the mapping of a dream' - A Closer Listen
'what an insouciant, somnambulant piece of work this is ... it works tremendously well' - Norman Records
'beautiful' - Stephen Pastel
'sold out inevitable ☆ much of the agony in beauty die super beautiful piano / organ ambient electronics!' - Jet Set
Never have I ever had a listening experience quite like this one. Everywhere At The End Of Time is simultaneously one of the most beautiful works of art I’ve ever heard, but also one of the most downright horrifying. paradihm