Popping this tape in, pressing play, and kicking back to its tracks is like climbing inside your microwave, hitting five minutes, and letting the waves overtake you. These tracks do things to you. They melt you down into some sort of goopy consistency. Matt Lawson has a way of doing this. His combination of guitars that are so freaked out with effects that they’re barely recognizable, syrupy splashes of soothing synth, and a mish-mash of mixed up tape samples tend to liquefy whatever’s in hearing range. So, if you happen to be in earshot then you’re bound to be caught up with the drift and flow of these five tracks. They don’t really put you in the zone, but rather soften up your sharp corner and rough edges with their brand of bliss and enchantment. It’s like a sugary treat for the ears to chew on and dissolve into the soft palate of your brain. Hallucinogenic audible dreams that float on by and catch you up with their current. This one is absolutely infectious. You can’t escape its hold on you. It wants to float you along infinitely long, wide, and high spaces of magical joys untold. Pure synthy pleasures. Leave it all behind today. Pick up a copy.