Australian electronic dealers F Ingers - made up of Carla Dal Forno, Samuel Karmel, and Tarquin Manek - return to London's Blackest Ever Black unit with their follow-up to 2015's Hide Before Dinner, which was in itself a sublimely tenebrous assemblage of drones, drums and jaded cold-waves. Awkwardly Blissing Out offers the listener plenty of room for exploration, with its six similarly balanced tunes bouncing from highs to lows at a constant pace; with glorious hints of something Balearic, F Ingers manage to retain a sense of light-heartedness about their cavernous sonics, which upon first impression might come across as dark and crestfallen. In reality, this is an LP about the light at the end of the tunnel, or rather, about hidden moments of euphoria within our every emotion. Excellent stuff - highly recommended.
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