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Fading Summer LP

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Strong set of airy, ephemeral and gauzy synth/ambient-pop prods crafted for an end-to-end listen
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YOUTH put together a vinyl pressing for the previously tape-only debut album from SSIEGE, a strong set of airy, ephemeral and gauzy synth/ambient-pop productions recommended if yr into 1991, Casino Vs Japan, Lorenzo Senni, YMO/Ryuichi Sakamoto. Crafted for an end-to-end listen, Fading Summer flows with an enchanted/enchanting quality from the plucked pointillism of ‘Turbe In Sviluppo (version)’ to the weepy, 1991-esque gauze of ‘Miss You’, taking in the vulnerable peal of ‘A Man’ alongside what sounds like The Cure jangling with Black Zone Myth Chant on ‘Angelo Azzurro’, and some deft yet detached drum machine workouts in the noirish junglist ‘Chromatic’ and the listing ambient breaks of ‘Swan’.’ However the best parts are those groggy ambient bridges that join it all together, as with the puckered introspection of ‘Biscotti 180’, the angelic coos of ‘Regina’, and the seductive iridescence of ‘Boxe’ and ‘Delete Instagram', giving it all a weightless, fizzing, hopefull feel we’re in desperate need of right now.