There's dream pop, then there's dream pop. Then there's the sonic essence of a weird dream distilled and added like cordial to our mortal atmosphere. That's what 'AMONÍACO' is like – it's a track by SALFUMÁN (which is the Spanish common name for hydrochloric acid; carrying on the chemistry theme, "amoníaco" means ammonia in Spanish), a producer / musician / singer based in Valencia.

She's just recently released a self-titled EP on Love Our Records, which you can check out here. For now, please check out the hazy rumblings, softly abrasive, desert-borne guitar and indistinct beat of the whirring slice of unreality that is 'AMONÍACO' below (along with a short Q&A).

What's the inspiration/idea behind the track?

I don't usually have a specific idea, but it is true that I look for sounds from the eighties, synths and beats that I find interesting, that create a sensual, nostalgic and whimsical atmosphere. I am inspired by so many different styles that I sometimes struggle to ensure there is a coherence in each track, so in the end the common element are those three things

Is there any particular time or place in the universe where it'd sound best?

It depends on the tune. I was once told that Amoniaco would sound great on Mars. I also think that the songs would suit a contemporary spaghetti western, shot in the Mancha plateau near my town (Campo de Criptana).

How do you hope or imagine people will react to it?

I would love for people to dance to my tunes or to feel that they have a good rhythm. There is nothing better than a tune that makes you feel like dancing, I have however heard: "Last night I fell asleep listening to your music". Oh well, a hypnotic and relaxing effect is also good.