White Chamber – Pale Tears (2017)

I stumbled onto Kim Larson’s White Chamber after hearing her contribution to Offermose’s Stilhedens Tårn record (the first track, I believe). As with many times before, Discogs led me down the garden path, where I found this little EP resting next to a (digital) pond. Similar to Offermose, White Chamber is initially coming across like a mix of a foundational base of Berlin School, coupled with the spooky, folky electronics of earlier Death In June (only, seemingly, without any overtones of fascism, which is always a good thing). Pale Tears is two tracks, and about 12 minutes long, but its well worth a listen.