We’re big fans of Feather Beds here at TTA. Now, the project’s Michael Orange has started something completely different in the form of Psank. Teaming up with Adam Browne AKA Plaice, the Dublin based duo delve further into the electronic landscape than either of them have before in this new project.
Have played together previously in Autumn Owls, the pair are well used to working together and it shows in their debut EP Fabric which finds them branching into explorative ambience and melancholic dancefloor territory. While Orange has ventured into this kind of territory before with his superb Feather Beds releases, with Psank he and Browne explore even more experimental territory, utilising field recordings, founds sounds and synths to make music that is at times very Neu! and at others far more Jon Hopkins. Either way, it’s always a treat.
Fabric will be released via Browne’s Sad Songs platform this Friday July 13th. Check it out here.
Meanwhile, listen to the lush, anxiously groovy ‘Ataxia’ below.