It’s not every day that you listen to a record where jazz and ambient genres can meld so cohesively that they form another thing altogether. On Lemon Quartet’s debut Crestless, we are taken into their saxophone laden cinematic dreamscape world, and it’s every bit worth the journey. Filled with warmth and nostalgia, Crestless is as soothing as it is subtly complex. And just when you’re beginning to settle in, you realize that you have been transported to an otherworldly mysterious and at times ominous place. But somehow, these intricately woven free form melodies make you feel right at home every time.
– Michael Friedman
Recommended – Full listen
Available now in the ISC Record Store.
Tags: Experimental / Home Listening / Now Sound