It’s difficult to imagine how Michigan duo Windy & Carl approach making music alone after 20 years of recording together. They have worked separately in that time—memorably, in Windy’s case, on the 2008 album I Hate People, although even that bears an engineering credit for Carl on the sleeve. But here’s Tomorrow, a debut solo work from Windy’s partner, now shedding both the personable first-name-only approach and some familiar musical tropes from years past. It’s a small release, highly limited in vinyl and CD form, complemented by a download with extra tracks that push the runtime to around two hours. There’s nothing small about Hultgren’s intentions here, which, like most of Windy & Carl's work, demonstrates his way of creating sound that simply engulfs, albeit with a greater preference for fragility over his thickened drone sound.