For those tracking Rozi Plain’s work from her early days releasing lo-fi Folk on Fence Records, her latest is likely to feel like a culmination of a long journey. Textured, interweaving parts permeate ‘Prize’ as Rozi Plain unfurls a delicate, dreamlike world of soft melodies and absorbing rhythms. From the intimate guitar of ‘Complicated’ to the sparse heartbeat percussion of ‘Sore’ Rozi Plain utilises subtle details to create a sound that is spacious yet enveloping all at once. Joined by Alabaster DePlume on ‘Spot Thirteen’ Rozi Plain crafts a sound that sits between Ambient Minimalism and Lo-Fi Indie Folk yet succeeds in making a spine-tingling track neither genre is known for. If you’ve yet to discover Rozi Plain, this is the place to start and if you’ve been following along for a while, you’re in for a treat.