Tinniens is the kaleidoscopic pairing of Landing's Aaron Snow and Daron Gardner working within a minimalist setup and a beachcomber psyche. The duo's exploration of wandering dream pop is only a brief stones throw from Landing's own reverie, yet routing the listener to their destination with only minor discourse in the drift.
Dub Guns, the group's debut entry, boasts Snow and Gardner's exquisite knack for processing tightly-locked runs of concentric, mechanized loops while balancing a humanist, song-based approach. Fleeting moments of Michael Rother's solo tendencies and a modest helping of Seefeel's sub-bass masterpiece EP "Starethrough" are certainly mile-markers.
With Dub Guns, Tinniens scout a scorched tundra of slighted tones.