Boomkat Product Review:
Fluorescent Grey's music represents a sonically ambitious, quick-witted variant of contemporary electronica, proving that such matters needn't be confined to turgid old ideas of what IDM should sound like. From the artful post-Aphex biorhythms of 'Chrono-Synclastic Infundibulum' this album marks itself out as more fluent and more ambitious than any number of drum machine wielding hangers on. Along the way you'll encounter esoteric reggae excursions ('Palette Swap Dub'), psychedelic samba ('Ayahuascaro Empryreal') and even plunderphonic folk silliness ('Celtic K-Hole'). But true to its evocative title, the finest thing here is very probably the album closing 'Are You Aware Of The Pink Light Emanating From Your Navel?', an extended voyage into extreme weirdness and filtered, popping percussive articulations. Its reminiscent to some degree of the technical brilliance of Matmos or possibly even Autechre in terms of the organic, seamless flow of beats - the rhythmic and melodic constituents seemingly melding into a unified whole. Highly recommended.