Boomkat Product Review:
NYC freaks Georgia return with Import Fruit for Charles Drakeford’s F T D after prising 2016 open with the parallel futurisms of No Urtext, No Ursituation and its corresponding Exotic & Tropic mixtape on Kashual Plastik.
All the windows are open and lights on in Georgia’s house, allowing all manner of worldly waves of sound into the mix, from pre-existing traces of tribal rhythm, pinging strings and gamelan tones to more noumenal extractions of odd electronic scales and impulses, gelled together in plasmic formations.
At the top Planned Dialogue fringes on fluctuating territory also explored by Black Zone Myth Chant, before dissolving their spirits into the K. Leimer-esque ether dream of Actual Behaviour and exhaling the DMT-inspired fractal archipelagos of Pey Woman.
They demonstrate some devilish, one-string groove control with the buzzing, splashing ace Longry and at a more melodic angle with the cutely animated pygmy tones of Baila Decisions, and again return to a dissolved, airy pink gas in the upward convections of Planned Earth.