Before it became fashionable to do so, Lord of the Isles was already a master at joining the dots between the spacey synthesizers of Detroit techno, the morning after loveliness of ambient house, and the urgent thrust of electronic disco. You'll find nods to all three of these recurring themes - and, more surprisingly, the bouncy riffs of New Jersey garage - on the epic "Synth Plus", which opens the Scottish producer's latest EP with a bang. Interestingly, the track boasts both long, beat-free sections and periods of percussive hypnotism driven forwards by jacking, Chicago house style drums. Flip to the B-side for the fevered, panicked sound effects and dense tribal drums of "To Here", as well as the skewed, acid-flecked, triple time oddness of closer "Heyta Hopta".
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