“Self Isolation” can come in many different forms. Many of us have been practicing social distancing for years, isolating ourselves bending over laptops open to ableton trying to find that perfect tone. The one where the guitar line bleeds just enough into the red to keep it’s original tone but distorted enough to have the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. With Jordano Martinez’s latest work, that patience and slavish attention to details pays off. A downtempo track that opens up beautifully into a sprawling post-rock influenced composition is quite gorgeous. There is a moment when everything speeding towards it’s climax all breaks at once and stasis is found in a million peaking sounds.