That there are only six songs on this thing is criminal; they are magnificently arranged with the dialogue samples forming a narrative. It's best to close your eyes when you listen to One Eye Wanders. Let the synthetics wash over and then play it again. At 36 minutes and some change you'll want to wander through the exquisitely textured soundscapes repeatedly. "I can't touch... but I can see, they've constructed eyes for me... to watch the show..."
People may view this artist as picking up where Skinny Puppy side project Doubting Thomas left off and to a small degree that is true. Like "The Infidel" or even "Nerve Net" by Brian Eno, this is placeless timeless post-modern music. Orientalism runs through "Glimpse/Recoil" like a finely honed plum wine who's tart undertones numb you and then bring an unnatural glow to your constitution. Debuts generally don't hit the ground running at full capacity yet this one does so. N. Copernicus, who is One Eye Wanders has his road mapped out, one far less taken yet ultimately more rewarding.