Till you appear is Sulk Station's debut album. It’s an all out bedroom venture full of flaws and a little bit of heart. The songs are tied together by an overbearing sense of yearning; the sound - influenced by trip-hop/post-dubstep/minimal sensibilities - is ‘sullen yet uplifting’.
Word on the blogosphere:
“this is a stratospheric record, also unlike anything produced in this country”
- the knife
“like all the good records cut here in the last year, it points away from arse-rock hell, towards more creative, more original, more heartfelt things.”
"This is not so much an album as an experience, meant to be obsessed over, meant to be engulfed by, meant to be entrenched into every brain cell."
"they're still doing things that no one else does. With obvious influences ranging from Massive Attack through to Portishead and Radiohead they've gone and created something truly unique. Given the sheer number of people who have tried to make music like their influencers in the last 20 years, that's some achievement."
-the wild city