Visions of Trees are two London musicians who became friends over the summer of 2009 and began recording together in a local basement shortly afterwards. Their sound is a disembodying reconfiguration of tribal-electronica, awash in echoing techno-ambience with vocals that range between cavernous and soothing. Good for meditation, catharsis, transcendance, epiphany, celebratory dance or any number of things that won’t easily let you split your attention. Disco-noir duo Sara Atalar and Joni Juden, aka Visions of Trees, release their self-titled debut LP through something in construction. The album supersedes previous singles ‘Sirens’ (deadly people) and ‘Sometimes it kills’ (moshi moshi) - both of which were rapturously received across the blogosphere with their intricate production skills, heavy beats and dark, sultry vocals. The first full-length from the east london twosome is a dance-fueled treat; they succeed in bringing back insistent synths reminiscent of the 90’s rave / house movement, with Sara’s tuneful goth vocals.