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Well, this certainly warrants descriptors such as “experimental” and “atmospheric” without getting all huffy about itself, which is commendable. According to Boston University’s own Cosentino on his Bandcamp page, this track encompasses nine live instruments, plus a hefty helping of counter-intuitively compatible samples. For instance, shards of an Eric Burdon and War song coexist with a gently collapsing forest. On the downside, the barely less-than seven minute running time gets so amorphous that it’s neigh impossible to keep from zoning out and gazing blankly into the Twitter abyss. This is inconvenient when you’re supposed to be focusing on writing a “Review Everything” blurb.