|2.||"Blue World Below"|
Dutch producer Samuel Van Dijk continues his aviation themed dissections of subaqueous electro with Flight Control, a superlative debut for the ever excellent Tabernacle imprint. Those who indulged in International Airlines, Van Dijk's debut album for Lunar Disko last year will find much to admire across the four tracks here; lead track "Terminal Code" sets the tone, snapping with a degree of rhythmic viciousness that's straight out of the Gerald Donald school of thought. The title track adopts a more optimistic, star gazing approach with the loose, blurry chords allowed to ripple delicately over the stripped back drums. Face down, "Depressurization" quite brilliantly descends into murky nearsilence at one point whilst "Blue World Below" is perhaps the best example of Van Dijk's capacity for razor sharp percussion and deep set dubbiness.
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