Norwegian space disco producer Lindstrøm stretches the definition of the full-length with this three-song debut album, which by some standards doesn't even qualify as an EP. However, when you consider that the first song is only a minute shy of half an hour long, this collection of epic ambient disco revisionism definitely counts as a full-fledged artistic statement.
The obvious reference points are the cosmic outer edges of late 70s and early 80s club music. But there are also hints of 90s shoegazer bands - almost as if you'd locked My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields in a studio with only a few crates of vintage Italo-disco records, a sampler and a guitar. Some listeners might cringe at chord changes and synth tones that evoke the soundtracks of old science TV shows, but listen closer and there's much more here than just a collection of quirky musical references and reimagined kitsch.