Proc Fiskal's second album sees a reorientation of the source elements of his music. Where 'Insula' fed off samples of the
ramblings of his friends and sounds of his hometown, 'Siren Spine Sysex' is laden with an inner voice of sampled Gaelic, Irish and
English folk music, contorted and imbued into the futurist body of modern pop; the ghostly anima image of the female folk voice
and the lamenting wheeze of the accordion rub against the rush of icey 808s and angles of Grime.
Joe Powers' family history is in folk music, with several of his forebears active in the Scottish Folk revival of the 1960s. It's this
cultural baggage - the Caledonian Antisyzygy of the earnest folk tradition he was raised in - alongside the modernist dance music
he makes, that brings a personal element to the album. The music of 'Siren Spine Sysex' examines dance music as folk music,
re-routing them both comparatively, with the wordless emoting of chopped and screwed Gaelic vocals leading to joyous pop
songs like '8 Mgapixel See Thru Phone' and 'Leith Tornn Carnal'.
Though fast and detailed, 'Siren Spine Sysex' feels relaxed and pastoral at times, its edits and drums sensual, swelling, and
reactive to the music, its textures influenced by the tinny 16 bit flutes, strings, and wacky scores of gaming soundtracks.
Vinyl release of Proc Fiskal - Siren Spine Sysex. Released through HYPERDUB and available on 2LP.
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