Ann Eysermans’ last album on cortizona, For Trainspotters Only, was an incredible feat. For her latest, Moonlight Shadoh, she moves on from trains as inspiration to create something more intimate, a tribute to her dog Shadoh. When “PUMST” opens with an amalgamation of dark textures and harsh, wistful melodies, we’re whisked into a world of dancing sonic silhouettes. Grating drones give way to frenetic rhythms and lithe electronics as the aural sea parts for Eysermans’ voice to glide down to the surface. A sharp timbre slices through – evocative of the sound of a train screeching to a halt – before the clouds fully part to reveal the midnight pop prism smiling underneath. “PUMST” is a journey, fully accented by Shadoh’s echoing bark, pulling us further into this beguiling sound world.