FFT :: fft1 EP (Uncertainty Principle)

fft1 presents a cross between Ryoji Ikeda’s hyper-technical high frequency work, ’90s bleep and rave tropes, and the experimental electro explorations of Bitstream.

A mysterious five tracker from new UK-based label Uncertainty Principle. fft1 presents a cross between Ryoji Ikeda’s hyper-technical high frequency work, ’90s bleep and rave tropes, and the experimental electro explorations of Bitstream. All five tracks are well worth multiple listens, firing all manner of precise audio at your ears. Blasts of white noise disrupt proceedings, pointillist subs rattle our cages, Sheffield blips poke their glistening heads out of the mix and mechanical electro batters us threateningly. What more could we ask for? Immaculately produced, this is one for high-end systems or headphones and will surely be appreciated by any fan of the aforementioned acts or, indeed, Autechre fans. A really impressive label debut.

fft1 is available on Uncertainty Principle.

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