"Fission Transmission" is the aural equivalent of putting chemicals in a beaker and watching them bubble for 16 minutes. It's all about texture: gurgling synths spurt their way through a heady intro, before a kick drum brings some order around five minutes in. Then the keyboards fade into view—with chords daubing together and shimmering in a wonderfully lazy melody, "Fission Transmission" is some of Czamanski's prettiest playing on record. As the track recedes into a smouldering outro, it cuts a soft-focus shape somewhere between Fred P and Mood Hut.
Two alternate mixes offer beatless and techno-fied versions. They're presumably for dance floor use, but this record is really all about the A-side's careful sprawl. On "Fission Transmission," Czamanski's improvisation feels almost symphonic.