Massively narcotic mixtape-style navigation of the ghost zone between celestial jazz, Jon Hassell-style fourth world environments and In A Silent Way style loop tectonics from this associate of Joe Knight’s Rangers, Peter Berends, with a limited edition cassette on Rangers’ new private press imprint, Brunch Groupe. Two long tracks that devour galaxies of dub and memory vague jams, moving from the sound of keys floating in space and stuttering clouds of dub-inflected reverb through passages of beautiful bell sounds and smears of strings that could almost be a dream of Scorces-plays-Atlantis. Think Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles circa Big Fun, Alice Coltrane’s Galaxy In Satchidananda, Love Cry Want et al... all fed through a complex of lo-fi dreamtone and “decomposed luxury grooves for an era of imperfect memory.” Classic H-Pop exotica smeared to the point of confusion and dosed with liberal amounts of drug-damaged F/X. Titles like “Once In Babylon” and “Frighteous Wane” underline the kind of automating homemade dub style that’s on display but it’s more focussed on the jam, on the ability of extended instrumental activity to generate clouds of candyfloss in your brain and slow coke comedowns. I prefer this even to the last Rangers LP. A reverie of 70s cosmo jazz and soundtrack synth that floats in on endless drone tones and hallucinatory Basinski-esque treatments. Edition of only 121 copies and now totally sold out at source. Highly recommended.