Boomkat Product Review:
Lord Of The Isles returns with Parabolas Of Neon for his mates at Firecracker.
Arriving in the wake of his debut album In Waves, Parabolas Of Neon spins six iridescent gems refracting elements of new age, Detroit and ‘90s Warp-styled electronics in tightly organised, classical structures.
Sunrise 89 sets the EP off at an angle between swanging NYC garage and thee lushest techno rave dimensions - breathlessly beautiful stuff - leading up to the panoramic peak of Beatha and the ancient-futurist vignette An Stuc.
Flipside he inverts that formula to cushion your head with the seductive ambience of Brtye, and a lightshow of ecstatic harmonics in Tocpe 28, saving the elegiac, slow-motion elegance of his title track for the perfect come-down.