In anticipation of their fifth proper full-length Violets, abstract ambient duo Twine offer the third installment in the Ghostly Digital EP series, the aptly named Surfaces EP. Markedly darker than the aural architecture of their self-titled LP, “They, Themselves” and “Jetlag” resonate and heave with the eerie woodcreak of a backwoods cabin, while the title track builds steam-pipe hisses from sub-bass rumbles, tapping into a vast sonic palette from which intense beauty is crafted from the most disparate of sources. Twine have again proven their unique ability to create sharply defined environments through astute, calculated digital production on the five tracks of Surfaces, continuing to earn their place as one of the most important acts in the modern avant-garde.
Baltimore, Maryland’s Greg Malcolm and Boulder, Colorado’s Chad Mossholder comprise a unique musical entity. Because of their physical distance, their collaboration is held in the virt...check out Twine's page and other releases