Elsewhere, there are (slightly) more DJ-friendly delights. "Baila Decisions" scatters all kinds of scree over a regular kick drum: woody tuned percussion, clattering cowbells, toms and a comedy boing sound. The seeming randomness of the patterns belies the precision with which these elements interlock. "Longry" is more of a holding-pattern loop, built from maracas, claves and splurges of delay.
Though FTD is notionally a dance label, Import Fruit covers the full spectrum of Georgia's sound, which is partly what makes it so satisfying. More contemplative tracks provide an emotional punch: "Actual Behaviour," whose queasy string washes and woodwinds pick out a cautious counterpoint, and "Planned Earth," seven minutes of soothing new age drift. The best track is the simplest. "Pey Woman," in which scattered vocal phonemes give off rich spumes of delay, like overlapping contrails in a clear blue sky.