Club Stoic, Sticky EP, Indie

Club Stoic, Sticky EP, Indie

Clocking in at under 24 minutes, Club Stoic’s Sticky EP is a brain melting affair. It’s a trippy electronic adventure through this hazy neon dreamworld which is infused with notes of Jazz and Ambient Electronica. “Light Pollution” feels like the dawn after a long twisted night, but slowly reveals itself to be something of a nightmarish mirage which eventually sulks back into the dark soundscape which proceeded it. The album winds itself to the title track “Sticky” which allows the listener to emerge from the dreamlike haze with this bright atmospheric track. This is a worthwhile trip down the rabbit hole.

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