Glaser is the title of Palmer Eldritch’s second EP. The duo focus on the “ambient” side of their debut EP, Five Easy Pieces (PAD, 2011), as a starting point to create Glaser’s dysfunctional “ghost electronica”.
During approximately thirty minutes we’re guided through a journey departing with Bubble Chamber’s space glitch, passing through the noise abstraction of Supersaturated Vapor, Metastable Phase’s bucolic digitalia and Wire Chamber’s alienesque topographies, until we reach the disguised beauty of Superheated Phase.
At the end we are in the presence of some of the most challenging and rewarding music of 2012.
With their blend of playfulness and graduate-level instrumentation, Dorcha deftly prove that improvisational zeal and conservatory-level precision aren't mutually exclusive. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 16, 2020