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Boomkat Product Review:
FSOL engage in a prog ambient mode familiar to their early albums on the final instalment of the ‘Environments’ trilogy.
Deeper and darker than preceding volumes, ‘Environment 7.003’ sees Dougans & Cobain in their element, chasing an etheric dragon of vintage psych-rock, illbient, modal jazz and fantasy 4th world ambient down wormholes to boggy otherworlds of hallucinatory sound design. The veteran duo’s feel for abstract musical storytelling is in effect, guiding the album’s shapeshifting nature between heavy breaks and reverberating phantoms of ‘Future Testaments’, along the line to scenes of owl hoots and brooding trip hop on ‘A Desolate Stretch of Night Road’, head-squeezing compressions of ‘Overwrite’, and shimmers of their Amorphous Androgynous work in ‘I’m Eating Here’ and the acid diffused sitars strewn across ‘A Space of Subsequent Familiar’.
The fine spun trills of ‘Drift Incline’ usher the album’s final section as it touches on stoned, vintage sci-fi enigma with ‘Trichome’, and air-stepping ambient dance music of ‘Absence of Solution’, and clocks off with the rock breaks and Martian desert peal of ‘Kwaahu’.