The Parish of Little Clifton – Portia

To lay on your floor and grapple with the breath-taking washes of The Parish of Little Clifton’s debut full length, Portia, is a purest of joys. Hailing from the Vancouver low lands, Simon Bridgefoot’s music is more reminiscent of the southern coast of france or the beaches of Malta. Wickanninish Inn is a particular favorite of mine, featuring chopped and screwed lady vox redolent of the genre’s godfather, M83. I strongly recommend this compendium of naval gazing nap music/train music/reading music to any of the avid electronic fans who read this humble blog. It is a welcome edition to the bite size Canadian scene of elect and fertile electronic dominators such as Teen Daze, Mark Templeton, and the entire Hands label/collective.


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