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The Berlin/London duo attain an ever-more amorphous and befuddling sound on their fifth album. Antony Harrison and Leyli have conjured something quite special on their latest Paco Sala album, finetuning their experimental urges for a session that sounds like Hype Williams in high definition. Seemingly orchestrated in the drug-addled downtime after extensive knee surgery, The Silent Season shifts away from Paco Sala’s outsider pop leanings of previous releases in favour of an 11-track collection of improvised productions that delights and confounds in equal measures. Not really one you can dip in and out of, you need to fully commit to ‘The Silent Season’ and let it’s bizarre magic seep into your cerebral cortex.