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Bitter Lake EP

by Bloom's Taxonomy

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Intense, engaging, atmospheric music that skirts on the boundary between ambient and IDM. Organic and electronic instruments intermingle to create beats and soundscapes from another dimension.

"One of the best extended plays I’ve heard all season long... I believe he’s going to get where he needs to be long before some of his less than big-thinking contemporaries in Europe will."- John McCall, Too Much Love Magazine

"If Bitter Lake is a glimpse into a crystal ball for this style of music, the future is very bright indeed.” - Bethany Page, Vents Magazine

"If one thing is ensured from start to finish in Bitter Lake, it’s that listeners will be treated to an all-original experience through and through.” - Mark Druery, indieshark.com

"Born of a creative ambition that you just can’t find every day in this business. There’s no question that this is one of the more evocative ambient EPs you’re likely to get a hold of.” - Michael Rand, Mobangeles.com

"I’ll be staying tuned, and I doubt I’ll be the only new fan doing so." - Clay Burton, Independent Music and Arts, Inc

"For those of us who demand quality that’s a cut above in our ambient beats, his is a sound arriving at the perfect moment this spring. I love what I’m hearing in this EP, and something tells me you will too" - Mindy McCall, Indie Pulse

“He should be marked as one of the more important artists to watch... I believe he could eventually do just about anything he sets his mind to." - Garth Thomas, The Hollywood Digest

“A soul-searcher with a talent for making impeccably eclectic music... if you’re looking for something guaranteed to throw you a curveball, I don’t think you’re likely to hear anything quite as rousing as what this artist includes in the masterfully meticulous Bitter Lake." - Kim Muncie, NeuFutur

"Bloom’s Taxonomy is able to set himself apart... he isn’t interested in following the beat of another player’s drum, and if that wasn’t clear before, it’s made more than obvious to us in the six tracks here." - Gwen Waggoner, Skope

"Not comparable to anything else out in the alternative market at the moment... one of the most compelling new records to debut out of the London ambient scene." - Jonah McPherson, Music Existence Blog

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released April 12, 2019

William Fraser - peformance, recording, producing, mixing and mastering.

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Atmospheric electronic music

London

ESTABLISHED 2017

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