Hailing from the concrete jungle of Portland but seemingly conjured from the shadowy recesses of the artist’s very soul, this marks the third chapter under the banner of Pete International Airport for Dandy Warhols’ maestro, Peter G. Holmström. In this latest sonic odyssey, he treads the enigmatic tightrope between trippy electronica and the shrouded realms of psychedelia, oscillating gracefully between Gothic undertones and the embrace of ambient beauty. His journey is one of finesse and intent, poised on a knife’s edge…

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