Present Paradox’s latest album, “A Trace To Keep Control”, is a mesmerizing journey through personal and societal turmoil. David Kleinekottmann masterfully blends krautrock, post-punk, and experimental rock with jazzy touches from saxophones and clarinets. The result is a dynamic and multifaceted 49-minute experience that feels both expansive and intimate. Standout tracks include “Ready To Hide”, “Ephemeral Ghosts”, “Gurus Circle”, “We Need To Take Control”, and “A Lens To Find A Trace” deserves your full attention. I love this album for its emotional depth and musical diversity, and I highly recommend giving it a listen.