Don’t allow yourself to be fooled by the rudimentary, Microsoft Paint-made avatar of above, for there’s a vibrant intricacy to all that enigmatic London-based producer extraordinaire Kit Grill does. And his latest, again rudimentarily entitled Figure One, is no exception to said rule. For were the exploratory lightness of Kieran Hebden’s There Is Love In You to illumine Bobby Krlic’s comparatively murky, sunless Excavation then the outcome may be as gloriously discombobulating as Figure One’s few inspiratory moments, each of which accompany Grill and Laurie Lynch’s violently elegant, HD masterpiece that is now available below.
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- Needing to burn off a few excess calories in the coming days? You could do worse than to stick Percussions' Sext on… http://t.co/Wr7Va9t8is about 3 days ago from web
- Another truly lustrous number, stream @100waters' immaculately layered Xtalk: http://t.co/4VZn3ZXXrt @OWSLAOfficial about 3 days ago from web
- A 'flawlessly piquant and poised' performance, @TomMcMinigal reviews @fearofmen live at Dalston's @_Birthdays: http://t.co/LUZ97NqHOs about 3 days ago from web
- Far and away the most compelling they've yet contrived, stream Storms from @wolfalicemusic's new #CreatureSongs EP: http://t.co/kFnKA8O8Nj about 3 days ago from web