I’ll have to admit, I’m not an innocent human being. When it comes to trip-hop, I mostly despise it. But when it’s combined with other genres, such as darker electronica like coldwave or industrial – I will be hooked immediately, if it’s properly executed. This is Last Light, they’re a duo consisting of Laura Boland and Jeremy Moss, whom are currently situated in Brooklyn. They released their self-titled debutalbum “Last Light” two months ago. Unfortunately for you, I didn’t find it until now. It feels like they’re a part of a wider spectrum, or a wave if you’d like to call it that – which has (mostly) been brought upon us from the US. These minimalistic torches that have been carried from the East to the West in the US, slowly making their way to Europe – landing in Northern Europe, this time around. What differs, is that they blend in trip-hop in the mix. The sincere and whispering voice of Laura Boland is enough to have you hooked for hours. Simply by listening to the blistering synthesizers revolving around her or Jeremy Moss. But I most concur, she’s a part of the wonderfully esoteric machinery of darkness, which can be felt by the stinging of a wrecking arpeggio that slices your heart in parts. Look no further, because this might also be the uniform split between the heavy electronics and more classical vocals. At times, however, it feels like the abomination that is and has been some of the dark electro – for a long time. If you ignore that part, in some of the songs, it’s actually a memorable album which will take you to new heights. I know that there’s a lot out there right now, but this one is a given if you want to stir the potpurri of influences a bit. So take a listen, because it’s definitely worth it, seven times over. The release features five songs and was released by themselves on the 18th of March.