Thanks to everyone who has supported Sone Institute’s new album so far – here’s a taster of the coverage (and grab a copy here):
‘Accessible pop for those who don’t like pop music’ – Electronic Sound (issue out now)
‘The new work is brilliant, palpitating on snappy billiards and tinselled Chic shuffles’ – Freq
‘Whilst it may at times suggest a deliberately restless mind resisting a clearer focus, Where Moth And Rust Consume is an enticingly enigmatic entry-point into the world of Sone Institute.’ – Delusions of Adequacy
‘Where Moth And Rust Consume’ is unfolding very quickly as something of an ‘unsettling pop’ classic… It’s all a bit confusing, but that’s OK as I like it.’ – Norman Records
‘Sone Institute describes Where Moth and Rust Consume, his first new material in six years, as his ‘pop album’, but don’t expect to hear it on R1 any time soon, or ever. 6Music’s Gideon Coe has championed previous work, describing it as ‘delightfully strange,’ which seems a fair summation.’ – Aural Aggravation
‘this is likely one of those records that will break completely from static formats by bringing a curious surprise with each individual track… The work exudes the hypnotic feel one immerses themselves in when experiencing scientific exploration that expands awareness, or from observing one of those alien invasion cult flicks of the 50s.’ – Toneshift
Huge thanks to everyone who has played a track, including Gideon Coe (here and here), Late Junction (here and here) and Radio 3’s Unclassified, Spool’s Out, Seance, Music To Ease Your Disease, Culture as a Dare, Surgery Radio and Underground of Happiness.
Stream the whole album over at The Quietus.