"Love Drama Stress" is probably the closest thing here to conventional: with its scurrying drums and grumbly vocal sample, it's bizarro-world ragga jungle a la Rockwell. But worry not, things get weirder. "K Slap" slows things down as bass rumbles collect into fizzy lines that sound like paper tearing. Remember Joe's ubiquitous "Claptrap" on Hessle Audio? "Duckdive" is kind of like that, only set on fire and writhing in agony.
That feeling of all-consuming apocalypse is realized on what might be the definitive FIS track thus far, "DMT Usher"—the title gives a hint of what to expect. Over limping drums that can't possibly be in time, Perryman lets loose a barrage of wheezing synths, doubled with firecracker sound effects just for the hell of it. One listen to something like "DMT Usher" is like watching a car crash: It's so horrifically fascinating you can't divert your attention. Even better, it sounds like a car crash.