Review: Since the start of the pandemic, Auntie Flo has expanded his already broad musical horizons further, creating epic ambient pieces and further exploring his love of pan-global electronic/acoustic musical fusion. On Shruti Dances, he joins forces with Sarathy Korwar - a percussionist, producer and bandleader best-known for his 2016 debut album for Ninja Tune - on a six-track mini-album built around the distinctive rhythms and instrumentation of the Indian subcontinent. It's a mesmerising and frankly mind-altering affair, with the pair layering intoxicating drones, Sitar, tabla and other percussion instruments with effects-laden modular electronics, echoing synth sounds, and occasional nods towards house and UK bass. The results are densely drum-heavy, pleasingly immersive sound-wise, and very, very good. The constantly building 'Ni', for example, is little less than awe-inspiring in its weight and intensity.