Isis plays metal. But it's no stretch to consider the group alongside devotees to drone, sludge, noise, or blip - all those artistic sublevels spill out on the papery fringe, anyway. And that's why Oceanic: Remixes/Reinterpretations is such a powerful project. The collaborators here are continuing Oceanic's restless evolutionary cycle, so their results are free to be loud, soft, or somewhere in the foggy between. Of the 13 tracks featured on this two-disc set, 12 originally appeared on a series of 12" EPs; disc two's second version of Tim Hecker's "Carry" interpretation is exclusive. Hecker's "Carry [First Version]" elongates the seesaw notes in Isis' original, stretching them with ropes of warping electric guitar and letting a soft ambient texture sift in toward the end…
Extravagant Isis ten year anniversary vinyl box-set. Conspiracy Records and Robotic Empire have decided to work together to release this box, limited to 600 copies worldwide (100 for the band, 250 for Europe and 250 for the US). All versions are exactly the same. The box includes 8 albums on 12 vinyl records, which come in new sleeves, especially designed for this box-set. All records are on black 180gr heavy vinyl.
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