In 1990 'My Bloody Valentine' were already on their way to becoming rock geniuses. 'Isn't Anything' blew the lid of music and introduced music lovers to a whole new sound, driven by sonic architecture akin to godliness and luscious guitars. This ep was released just before their second LP 'Loveless' and took guitar lovers to new heights with their mixture of looped strings and intertwining harmonies. Kevin Shields furthered the sound of dance music and indie alike when he gave us the gift of 'Soon' - a 7 minute groove that lifts you off the ground from start to finish. 'Glider' is a backwards pull through dense undergrowth, listening to all the animals that live beneath the layers of noise, the sound of dinosaurs comprehending their future extinction. 'Don't Ask Why' and 'Off Your Face', a couple of delicately layered songs of beauty that remind you why you listen to music in the first place. Vocal fragility backed by perfect music, this ep is well worth every penny paid for it and is a must for any true music fan who likes to experiment with the depth of their record collection. A MUST.