Along with SI-CUT.DB, the new EP by FISK Industries represents the latest set of releases from electronica label High point Lowlife. 'The Isle Of Wight' operates in a leftfield dance-orientated environment using analog synths which initially takes in a global sound not too far removed from the early instrumental work of 808 State or - more recently - Dead Digital's Pulby. Although it's hard to argue this music is an artistic interpretation of the popular holiday resort except to its creator (it is claimed that it is a recollection of a weekend holiday with friends), Boards Of Canada certainly wouldn't dismiss the mysterious bleeping 'In Tangents' or the unearthly ambient beginning to 'Poltype'. The final track 'Last Flight Sonic' mixes length keyboard passages with stop-start beats to bring events to an enigmatic close. For his first official release this represents a useful and eclectic introduction to the talents of Londoner Mat Ranson.