Just take a second to turn the name “Azajilly” over in your mouth. Hear the way you slur the z and j together in some kind of drunken exclamation of wonder. A similar otherwordliness hangs heavy over every note on “Waterdreams”. Synths and guitar leads bleed into each other – arcing massive traces along the sky and then submerging below the substrate where they originated. The track hits somewhere between Slowdive dreaminess and Keith Canisius skewed dream-pop. It’s a beautiful trip.