It comes punching out of the door from the very first moment. “No Obstacle” comes in quick and rolling, showing off edgy samples throughout. “Blackout” strikes hard with a D&B undercurrent that refuses to surrender, whilst “The Pendulum” chops together whirs and stomps for that low-end intensity.
“Battle Drums” is all about the marching percussion, and “Deuces” presents some vocals that momentarily flicker in to action. There is some suspense to “Rewind,” before the jagged “Lithium” brings the EP to a close.
If you’re keen on the work of TLZMN, you will love Sanctum. Listen now!
sp hats. ‘Deuces’ plays around with tempo and syncopation as it runs freely, languid tones drifting in and out.
‘Rewind’ is a slow-burning but relentless penultimate offering and TLZMN completes this EP with ‘Lithium’ – a mesh of jagged riffs and hazy vocal chops.
‘Sanctum’ has real intention behind it, with TLZMN explaining: “To discover, compose and create in a world immersed in darkness, one must derive true intention through the darkness from powers within. Most honored, our Sanctum within. Sorcery is actualized when self-awareness is formulated, guarded and developed.”