|1.||"New Worlds" (4:02)|
|2.||"Potential Of We" (4:04)|
|3.||"Extrement Enflammable" (4:52)|
|5.||"Mer Morte" (3:50)|
|3.||"The Sweetest Embrace" (3:47)|
|4.||"How They Conquered The World" (4:38)|
|5.||"Ritual Defilement" (3:55)|
It's time to step onto the veranda... Just to the side of the heaving dancefloors Melbourne's Griffin James has been attracting for several years with his powerful deep house blends, it's a space for more consideration, introspection and levitation as we tether our feet to the ground and let his most experimental, freeform compositions whisk us beyond the stars. Ambient, wavey, tender, Balearic; this is Francis Inferno Orchestra beyond the decks and disco as tracks such as "Mer Morte" and "Potential Of We" lap gently at our toes, slowly consuming us from the feet up. Elsewhere molten machines such as "Allodynia" bubble and froth into cloud-bursting crescendos and the gradually rising, barbed chords of "The Sweetest Embrace" wash over you like an epiphany. Breath-taking and innovative, Francis Inferno Orchestra has burnt right through any difficult second album cliches right here.
Alexis Le-Tan, Soft Rocks, Martin Haberland, Monsieur Cedric (Serie Limitee), ISOUL8 (Volcov), Juno Recommends Downtempo/Balearic, Noise In My Head, Francis Inferno Orchestra, Alex Bradley, Filippo Zenna (Periodica Records), Juno Recommends Ambient/Drone
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