Notes on Lina Tullgren’s newest release Free Cell

Enhanced by a variety of textures and elevated sonic experimentation, Free Cell doesn’t built up by suit, instead Lina Tullgren’s sophomore effort responds to the expectancy of life and manages to achieve it’s final form without the need to press the reset button. Created in different spaces, Free Cell muses in the idea of being in the moment. After longtime collaborator and friend Ty Ueda was unexpectedly injured in a car accident, they took power in adaptation and started producing on their own. The result is a moving and chaotic portrait of the Queens-based artist — a soft, yet colorful and reverberating effort that implements a mysterious foundation from the get go, only to later, and defiantly, motion between scenarios that are borderline theatrical.

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