En-Brunsia selected & reviewed in The Analog Cave (#5)

"A collection of nine translucent compositions breathes fourth-dimensional stardust into one’s perpetual lung—ever simmering and always abundant. There’s sphere crackling, orbital distancing, and a very spatial calling to one’s former life. Ichtyor Tides manage to subtly enter the void of impression, and with each subsequent track, a deeper layer is peeled."

En-Brunsia reviewed by Obsküre Mag


"un foisonnement qui a tout du divin extirpé de la mécanique"

En-Brunsia selected & reviewed by Hi Bias (Bandcamp)

"a unique hybrid of nature and technology, like field recordings translated into ones and zeros—as if cricket chirps became electric signals, or firing neurons morphed into silicon chips."