Putting out the first LP on a label seems like a lot of pressure. Fracture by Kailin will forever be listed in the history books as Mistry’s first album and it sure does set an intriguing pace. This album is not for the faint of heart and appeals to a pretty specific clientele. Expect the type of dark ambient vibes that you’d find in a Trent Reznor soundtrack, but with darkness turned up quite a bit along with traces of club elements. Mistry described the album as being “uplifting whilst also being dread filled…”, which is a better description than I could have ever came up with.
RIYL: Haxan Cloak, Pangaea, being spooked by music
Favorite track: Chatter