With the vocals laying so low in the sonic water that they become almost an instrument in their own right, rather than a form of direct lyrical communication, Perfect Dream feels more like an instrumental than anything else. But for this style of music, instrumental tracks are perfect.

Perfect Dream is a hazy, lucid dream state piece of skittering, beat-driven music in which a razor-wire slash of guitar rides sonic waves in slow circles into a nighttime world—lush, cinematic, a fantastic trip.

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