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|1.||"Arrival" (T2 mix) (3:04)|
|2.||"Marsh Lantern" (2:10)|
|3.||"Flash Forward" (Ambi mix) (4:18)|
|4.||"Lighthouse Dub" (4:41)|
|5.||"Omega Point" (2:56)|
|1.||"Zoned In" (feat Mumdance) (6:54)|
|2.||"Occitan Twilight Pyre" (2:30)|
|4.||"Weather System Over Plaistow" (3:08)|
Since his last solo album dropped six years ago, James "Logos" Parker has spent much of his studio time collaborating with fellow Tectonic alumnus Mumdance. Fittingly, the latter makes a brief appearance on "Imperial Flood" - on the high-octane, mind-altering madness of "Zoned In" - but otherwise the album is the solo Logos set we've been craving for some time. It sees Parker saunter between moody, unsettling ambience, psychedelic electronica, spaced-out experimental soundscapes (see the clandestine "Lighthouse Dub"), and the kind of hard-to-define workouts whose hard-edged rhythmical pulse plays second fiddle to atmospheric electronics and intergalactic modular noise. In other words, it's Parker veering away from the dancefloor with impressively out-there results.
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