Lindstrøm pieces together a new full length of the sparkling house and cosmic disco that his longstanding Feedelity imprint has been a key pusher of since its inauguration in 2002. It's Alright Between Us As It Is makes its moves within the same dancefloors as Bjørn Torske and Prins Thomas' recent Smalltown LP and the ongoing Wania collaborations between LNS & DJ Sotofett.
Refining his love of "arpeggiated synths, warm and steamy analogue bubble baths and earworm melodies" It's Alright Between Us As It Is folds in a whole journey around the late night tales that it is sure to be the soundtrack of in the near future. From the losing your marbles and hours of your life within the confines of the starry eyed spangle of 'Tensions' through to the latter hours thunderstorm bassline that ricochets through the killer darkside techno track 'Under Trees', and on into end of night nostalgic taxi trip home with its radio soundtracking a delirious mix of melancholic reflection moving ahead with the endless car engine kick drum pistons of 'But Isn't It'.
While there is much to dip into, the highlights for us have to be the vocal-led collaborations that take place in the form of American singer Grace Hall's lullaby ‘Shinin’, Sweden’s Frida Sundemo whom really sees ‘But Isn't It’ take centre stage. Yet the absolute key piece has to be ‘Bungl (Like a Ghost)’ that features a very special stream of conscious poem by Jenny Hval.
Inspired by the Swedish art-house director Ingmar Bergman’s classic film Wild Strawberries, a film about 'looking for meaning and finding closure at the end of a long life. About reaching the special place you’ve waited for all your life' we feel that on 'It's Alright Between Us As It Is' that Lindstrøm has hit the pinnacles of his powers as a producer, a sentiment we are sure many of you will agree with.