Slow Dancing Society‘s sixth album, The Cogent Sea, continues to receive deserved love. Our friends at Luna Kafe have posted a beautiful write of the album in their latest edition. Check out a taste below and read the full review here.
“Captain Sullivan steers the submarine deeper and deeper, and we can hear, feel and sense the sound of silence from the outside. Nothing. Maybe with the exception of tiny beeps from the sonar. Echo beeps. The vessel (of the Sullivan-class?) glides through the sea, at half speed, propellers turned off, and everything feels so brilliantly splendid. It is a pleasure ride for sure. Come on. Check in. Enjoy.” – Luna Kafe