If there are dolphins, then they are swimming without a sun, dancing a cowbell-led Bottlenose Boogie illuminated by Hernandez & Kitten`s “Eclipse”.
Willie Burns turns pensive analogue Sakamoto Cold Wave. “B-2 Unit”`s “E3-A”. “A Garden Of Poppies”. A sonic aesthetic. A sketch from an island drawn in a different hue.
Jon McMillion goes tribal, dives deeper, submerged. Menaced by circling 303 sharks.
Coyote paint still harbours. The moon her magic be, big sad face of infinity. A calm broken by the threatening `90s Italian leviathan of Neverland`s “Mato Grosso”.
Black Merlin romances Vangelis, rolls Evangelos` “Bounty” end credits, takes a tour of his city at night. A button of Peyote and he`s picking up shortwave. Hosono`s “Hotel Malabar”. A samba in Vatican shadow. A pulse quickened by chase. Zulawski`s “Possession”. Luc Besson`s “Subway”. Delirium. A trip through the dark. It`s the best thing that George has done to date in my humble opinion, bar that Inhalt remix which has yet to see the light of day.