Could this be the house record of the year?
"Transcendental Access Point" is less spacey but just as positive, a bit like Drew's version of "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance!!" But where Omar S's classic went easy on the kick, Drew engineers "Transcendental Access Point" for peak-time play. The strings are almost too much but, like a lot of great house music, they land on the right side of cheesy. That leaves "So Much Love To Give," the wackiest track on the plate. Built with samples from The KLF, it's also the least melodic, with only occasional bursts of colour. The rest of the track is a tangle of percussion and bleeps, held together by fat kick drum. Eris Drew has spoken about the healing qualities of electronic music, a topic that other top producers (even going back to early Underground Resistance) have explored. At its brightest, Fluids Of Emotion feels transcendent, an experience only the most gifted artists can offer.