Mosty nice slowcore/post-rock in the vein of The For Carnation. Some parts like the second half of Written from the other side and the title track are maybe a tad boring with the former having free-improv and monotonous spoken word in the latter respectively. But it was actually nice other than that. Eager to see what she does next.
Some nice psych-folk with elements of ambient and american primitivism from J. Wiegold. Liked the atmosphere of the tracks that they recorded in the forest. If you like calm pastoral folk albums like this, then this is for you. Recommended if you're a fan of Grouper, caroline, Natural Snow Buildings.
Haven't listened to it but can admit that this is a lifeless rip-off of Schlagenheim-era black midi. The opener Gmaps already proves that this is bmbmbm if it was written by an AI program. Whatever it is, I'll pass this off.