Boomkat Product Review:
Florian T M Zeisig builds a physical long-form blend of, eerie fuzz and dubzone ambient. If you enjoyed recent deployments from Space Afrika, Jake Muir and the Experiences Ltd - this one's a shoo in.
Concepts have driven Zeisig's most successful releases: 2020's ‘Coatcheck’ was inspired by time working at Berghain, and this year's 'Music For Parents' was assembled after the producer was introduced to vibroacoustic therapy via his mother. 'Walking Mix' is on a more utilitarian theme, but no less rewarding as it trudges through Zeisig's archive, weaving fudgy illbient into neon dub hiss. It's the warmth that immediately hits - each selection sounds as if it's from a different musical zone - the unifying factor a burning humidity that sweats off each sound.
Fourth world exotica and grimy percussive instrumentals get spliced with haunted soundtrack vibrations, avant classical into dislocated R&B and skeletal jungle bass echoes thru ketamine wind tunnels. Zeisig is an impressive selector, and this extended journey into his musical world is the perfect accompaniment to a winter stroll in the dark early evening.
Baby its fucking cold outside.