En-Brunsia reviewed by Raised by Gypsies


"It's an ambient sea of drone. [...] one of those experiences you can't possibly compare with anything."

En-Brunsia reviewed by Critical Masses


"I’m just gonna let “EN-BRUNSIA,” with its references to asteroids and its alien-language track titles, wash over me like a narcotic wave, an ocean wave, filled with narcotics"

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."