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FIS and Rob Thorne
Clear Stones

This first-time team-up of two New Zealand talents is an intriguing one. Maori sound artist Rob Thorne generally has a more approach to sound that is more abstract and more rooted in acoustic instruments than electronics producer FIS, but the space where they meet in the middle on Clear Stones is special territory indeed, each artist working around the other. Out on Subtext.
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From Patterns to Details

With a couple of releases under his belt with Tri-angle records, and his debut full-length on Loopy, FIS has moved to Subtext for his follow up to 2015’s The Blue Quicksand Is Going Now. Since starting to release with Tri-angle FIS has moved into more free flowing electronic experimentations that would comfortably go alongside acts such as Oneohtrix Point Never.

The Blue Quicksand is Going Now

Fis has previously dabbled in weird drum’n’bass, but here, on his debut full-length The Blue Quicksand Is Going Now, he drops out a lot of the rhythm to leave us with hazy electronic soundscapes chattering around the sonic field. Great new stuff from New Zealand, released on the Loopy label.

Acre / Fis
FABRICLIVE 80: Mumdance - Album Sampler 2

The Fabriclive format of carefully selected DJ sets from skilled producers is a great thing, but it would be criminal not to give tracks exclusive to the CD compilations a proper vinyl release wouldn’t it? Hence this 10” of Acre and Fis’s tracks from the forthcoming Fabriclive 80: Mumdance, serving as both sampler and stand-alone DJ tool.
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Speech Spirits

New label Loopy is the brainchild of Olly Peryman, also known by his aggravating drum 'n' bass alias Fis. The label gets its inaugural release with 'Speech Spirits', which brings together two of his own original productions with remixes from German producer Kassem Mosse (who released 'Workshop 19' earlier this year) and noise vendor Oren Ambarchi.