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"They're so antisocial," said Mixmaster Morris of the reclusive Future Sound of London. "They won't even go to parties anymore--they do all their gigs over the telephone." After the success of their majestic "Papua New Guinea" single and the Accelerator album from which it was taken, FSOL retreated to the studio and never left. Their only communication with the outside world was through their music, an increasingly abstract Dadaist collage of overdubbed beats and noises that defied genres and stymied trend-happy journalists. While some of the material on ISDN was previously released under the pseudonym Far Out Son of Lung (the worst-kept secret in dance music), the bulk of the album was taped from performances delivered via digital telephone links to radio stations throughout Europe. Naturally, the ubiquitous and intrusive medium of radio encourages challenging and elaborate environmental music. So unlike their previous album, Lifeforms, whose closest earthly relation was techno, ISDN is the distant cousin of jazz, both in its blatant sampling of sax and drums and its freeform, exploratory nature. --Matthew Corwine
I wasnt sure about this on my first listen but I put that down to my mood at the time, its quality from start to finish buy it and you wont be disappointedPublished on 26 Feb. 2013 by Gary Martin
So there were many super amazing psychadelic albums first time round, in the 60's and 70's.
So, this double album wears its floyd, beatles, donovan, shankar influences... Read more
FSOL had obviously been spending far too much time noodling at home with their new studio toys before this came out. Far more evolved in range and scope than their earlier work. Read morePublished on 23 Sept. 2004 by Chris Dardis
I bought this on the recommendation of the reviews on this site and was bitterly disappointed when I heard it. Read morePublished on 1 Jan. 2004
Performed by ISDN lines during "live" shows, these tracks form a compilation of their 1994 world tour, and show the band are as good in the studio as they are in... Read morePublished on 25 May 2002