|2.||"Silhouettes (I, II &III)" (11:02)|
|2.||"Thin Air" (3:56)|
|3.||"For Marmish" (5:40)|
|4.||"Peroration Six" (5:11)|
We've been waiting on this one since "J&W Beat" six years ago; there's something about Floating Points sound that instantly lends itself to full-length album immersion. It's clear he feels this way too; using the album to delve deeper into electronic deconstructions and delicate ensemble arrangements. At its most adventurous and contemporary classical "Argente" is up there with Frahm, at is dreamiest and jazz-influenced "For Marmish" is a deeply cosmic affair with disparate chords making more sense than they perhaps should. At its most traditional Floating Points we hit the finale "Perotation Six" where the brushed drums are buried under layers of sound and elements in a way that's not dissimilar to Radiohead. Well worth the wait.
Andrew Pirie (Melting Pot), Ben Gomori, Fat Dog, Mukatsuku Records Chart, Burnski, Laura Jones, Owain Kimber (Owain K), Shenoda, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, DJ Gilla, Tripeo, Ionik (Traveller Records, KGS), Zenner, Watson, Cedric Maison (Hypercolour), DNArt (Shift Ltd), POTHOLES (Common Labour), Irfan RAINY, Marcelo Tavares(Deep Space Podcast), Far Out Recordings, Juno Recommends Brokenbeat/Nu Jazz, Bop, Moscoman For Disco Halal, KevinTsuba, Groh (U Know Me Records), JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), The Jazz Meet, Sasha Khizhnyakov, Hakim Murphy, Red Greg, Juno Best Sellers 2016, Desos, Kindimmer, Projekt: AM, Len Leise, Circular Rhythms, The Expansions, Aleqs Notal, Bradford James (DS Records), The Organ Grinder, Replay Records Germany, Neko Neko
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