"As the title suggests, this is music that tends to hang in the air, that sometimes develops imperceptibly, that moves with a sloth lethargy. Yet it is also deep (dark and even bordering on the menacing in its use of strange frequencies) and not at all your usual 'wallpaper music'. It exists, and can be experienced on many different levels. Some may even call it electroacoustic sound art. Whatever - 'Sloth' is in a world of its own." ~ Alan Freeman, Auricle Music

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