Execptional producer FIS finally drops his debut LP. Following a series of EPs on the likes of Samurai Horo and Tri Angle, again his track strike spectacular balance between the meditative and disruptive. Digital dreaming in storms of analogue bass heavyness, this is far from experimental D&B productions, FIS was known for. This is something that both viciously rips away and cascades with calm. Ultimately, despite its alien sounds, it is a move towards something more human; sonic explorations made in glorious isolation. Recommended.
FIS: The Blue Quicksand Is Going Now
The Blue Quicksand is Going FIS
Happy Alone FIS
Frost Pocket FIS
Sub Larynx FIS