HomeAlbum ReleaseSpryk & thebigfatminimalist – Strange Movements Rajrishi Murthi July 4, 2018 Album Release, Bass, New Release Back in March 2018, a path breaking collaboration between Indian producer Spryk and the supremely talented visual artist Bigfat made its debut in the national capital before they went on tour across the country to treat people to their stellar AV showcase, Strange Movements. An immersive experience that could rival some of the best in the game, they have now finally delivered their self-titled debut project. A 10-track LP which kicks things off with the stuttering, yet explosive ‘Reset‘, the album makes sure to send you to an unknown yet exciting new dimension of sound before progressing further ahead. Featuring tracks like ‘Lowrider‘, ‘Astral Belt‘, ‘Iridescence‘ and ‘Dismantle‘ which show off a lethal mix of gritty soundscapes and mind bending textures, cuts including ‘Rewire The Circuit‘ and ‘Errorworks‘ sound like a dedicated showcase of experimental-driven electronica. While ‘Strange Movements‘ constantly seems to draw influences from half time, bass, instrumental hip-hop and beats throughout the proceedings besides even incorporating hints of techno and noise-based music into their work , Spryk’s signature complexity surely shines through on each track. Balancing itself between the chaos and what’s mysterious, each creation despite holding its own, helps make the album sound like a cohesive product. An unrelenting monster of an album that easily feels like one of the most well-executed body of work to come out of the Indian sub-continent in recent years, you can listen to ‘Strange Movements‘ in its entirety below. Out now via Spryk’s newly launched Skip-A-Beat imprint, don’t forget to grab your copy here.