Not really sure how to write about this one. Mr. Wollogallu is pretty slippery and there's very little information available about it online. It's split into two sections, with side A made up of songs written by Carlos Maria Trindade and side B of songs written by Nuno Canavarro, both Portuguese musicians, and both of whom contribute instrumentals through both sides. Songs range from the churning, Sakamoto-esque opener "The Truth" (which includes a sample from Network) to fourth-world, densely percussive "Blu Terra" with silvery sparse mood pieces in between, punctuated by spoken word samples. Somebody should make a movie just to have this as the score. Singular, transportive--this feels magical, in the truest sense of the word. Definitely an on-repeat record. Thanks to calm in trees for the tip-off.