Pulse Emitter / Date Palms / Expo 70 / FaceplantSplit 2xLPImmune 
Immense and ambitious, this double LP distributes a full side to four very different artists and lets them each freely explore their respective genres. Stylistically, the material is all over place: from violins wafting over synthesizer haze (Date Palms) and deep psych-rock explorations (Expo 70) to woozy rhythmic mantras (Faceplant, solo project of Aaron Coyes from Peaking Lights) and effervescent synth layers (Pulse Emitter). But each genre makes sense among the Immune Recordings catalog and all four projects are tied together under the increasingly vague umbrella of minimalism. Originally slated for Record Store Day 2012 but only seeing wider release in late June, this four way split serves as both an expansive introduction to new listeners and a must have for fans of the contributing artists. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia

Pulse Emitter / Date Palms / Expo 70 / Faceplant
Split 2xLP

Immune 

Immense and ambitious, this double LP distributes a full side to four very different artists and lets them each freely explore their respective genres. Stylistically, the material is all over place: from violins wafting over synthesizer haze (Date Palms) and deep psych-rock explorations (Expo 70) to woozy rhythmic mantras (Faceplant, solo project of Aaron Coyes from Peaking Lights) and effervescent synth layers (Pulse Emitter). But each genre makes sense among the Immune Recordings catalog and all four projects are tied together under the increasingly vague umbrella of minimalism. Originally slated for Record Store Day 2012 but only seeing wider release in late June, this four way split serves as both an expansive introduction to new listeners and a must have for fans of the contributing artists. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia