NIHITI is hard at work on their newest full-length, for ostland. The record features contributions from Viktor Timofeev, a Berlin-based artist who also uses sound textures to create entire world of sound to roam in. The first release from the record, "Ghosts and Lovers" begins with dissonant chanting, creating a warm mood that is easy to wrap into. Things begin to churn heavily a quarter of the way through, with a grating but not aggravating noise washing in and out of the distant vocals. The track continually shifts between placid and torrid, mimicking the ocean's unpredictable moods.
Stream: NIHITI - Ghosts and Lovers
for ostland drops May 26 via Lo Bit Landscapes.