Having made his international debut, Plomb (aka Francis Goodweather) has emerged on the /. label with one of the most plush and seductive albums of the year. Revolving around soft Jazz guitar, Plomb utilizes a subtle range of sound both traditional and modern gliding from condensed electronic minimalism into low-fi sultriness. With overflowing cascades and whispered chords, Goodweather’s greatest triumph lies in his ability to morph from one mode of operation to another through delicate transitions. The listener experiences one hypnotic note fizzing into another. Plomb is a luscious album, one for late night bedrooms and sun-drenched meadows— lurid and engaging from glistening opening note to memorable close. Guitar. Jazz influenced. Home listening. Bedroom recording. Highly recommended.