Echoes of Yul is an act from Opale, Poland dwelling in a sound balanced between a relatively minimal and trance-inducing down-tempo akin to Jesu and the eerie discordant noise of Godflesh. The convergence of influences from two of the most prominent projects of one Justin K. Broadrick is for the most part extremely enjoyable with the duo presenting us a slow, minimal and repetitive style, with pleasant and simple melodies permeating a disturbing atmosphere punctuated with cryptic electronic effects.
If you’re into challenging music that dwells in extremes, with a trance-inducing doom contrasting with eerie segments of noise, Echoes of Yul is definitely a band to keep an eye on.
There are times when something so good comes along that you have to sit up and take notice. Welcome to Echoes of Yul’s album, a work of sprawling beauty that ebbs and flows like the tide and offers up so many treasures that it is hard to know where to begin.
“Cold Ground” is now mastered by J.Plotkin, while the 6-panels digipack CD layout is entirely designed now and ready for release this summer.