|A2||Ascending To Our Solitude|
|B1||Depressed Fun Seekers|
|B2||2 Step King|
|C2||Wats It Mean 2 U|
|D1||Gimme (Timeless Worlds Of Space)|
|F2||Jingle All The Way|
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- What an album! Soundquality and tracks are just right. Perfect for listening at home or to be played at a bar/club 5/5.
- Super production, listening to it start to finish put a huge smile on my face because I just know this one will endure the test of time.
- First Perlon record I've bought in years, absolutely fantastic stuff, bravo Thomas, take a bow.
Definite contender for AOTY and I'd also argue it's one the best Minimal records of the last decade.
- outstanding album congrats to TM no more words needed!! but pleeease make the CD as usually with perlon LP's
- Honestly, it's a very outstanding album and it could be the best of the year without a doubt. its aesthetics and essences are so real and pure. My details of the album: Beautiful outros from "Catharsis" and ""Gimme (Timeless Worlds Of Space)". The only thing that makes me a little sad is the duration of the tracks, there are songs that fall short for their journey, the clear example is "Wats It Mean 2 U" that I certainly feel that it could have lasted about 3 minutes more and make it more special... anyway Finest spiritual minimal music!. Thank you Thomas!
- This album will be a future classic and probably seen as one of the best albums of 2022. I haven’t been this wowed by a minimal album since alcachofa
- Edited 7 months agoGreat album from the Melch. Nearly every track is just beautiful stuff, with the standout being "Adriana's Anxieties" -- Melch brings all the stuff he's best known for on this one, with heartbreaking melodies and vocal samples along with a killer bass line. One of his best tracks ever without a doubt. The album gets a little bogged down with "2 Step King" and "The Checker" which are surprisingly lame and uninspired for someone with standards as high as Melch; I'm curious to know what others think of these tracks. They aren't terrible, but seem more like cutting room concepts and don't flow with the rest of the album at all. But hey, 9 out of 11 isn't bad, and the other 9 tracks are really stellar in their own right. Best release on Perlon in years, and the best Melchior release in a long time.