Boomkat Product Review:
Monotonous greyscale rhythm drills from Shane English for L.I.E.S., following suit with his General Dimensions  LP a tape for Unknown Precept, and collaboration with Beau Wanzer.
A-side dishes up the blank-eyed, mid-tempo grind of 1111, with a brute bass spooked out by distant bells and groaning atmospheres, before Land-Lock ups the ante with sparkier electro drums and ear-worming vocal abstraction, but little concession to ‘progression’ or anything so frivolous.
That ascetic aesthetic informs the B-side, too. Drip dispenses tightly grained slow industrial techno la ADMX; Icon sounds like a steel factory having an after-hours bashment; and Over the Railing peers back a darkly detached scene of distant church bells and threadworn bass pulse.