release date: 14.11.2009

Floating Mind

PJE’s Thought Process comes to CL as a drastic sound change from the previous releases. Almost it’s polar opposite. A release that smells like Autumn and winks at Winter. Just think of a cold sunny day, spent in the beach and let the music flow. Smoothing synths accompanied by acustic instrumentation are scattered throughout the album and with the carefully placed textures, you found the heart and soul of Thought Process. It’s simplicity is incredibly striking, proving that even from the most basic ideas, you can pull
out surprises and sonic variation. [F.G.]


1. faded
2. parallel
3. standing still
4. like falling
5. react
6. out cold
7. every sun
8. momentary

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One Response

  1. FatPat

    indeed very cool album. Atmospheric electronics, melodic but never kitchy waves, clicks’cut and some minimal driven beats. A bit melancholic, but also some icy, cold crispiness at times. Thanks for offering this, DebuGgers.