Lullabies For Insomniacs' purple patch is extended with this seductive, pleasingly contextless offering from Garland. At its best it maybe sounds like the modern equivalent of those Lifetones or Leven Signs records - broken, free-form-verging-on-all-over-the-place, dub-wise music that has its origins in pop but plays by its own made-up, mashed-up rules. Will take us a bit of time to properly get our heads around this one, it's only been here a day, but we can't stop listening to it, and suspect it could end up a best-of-2018-grade keeper - the fact that it feels rooted in the familiar, and is a joy to listen to, but we still can't QUITE place it or think exactly what it reminds us of... those are always the records you end up regretting not buying when you had the chance, eh. TIP!!!!!