Little Is Big seems to contain everything you crave to hear on an album as its seconds slowly pass throughout a gentle track progression. Not knowing what to expect with each song, Ross Fish sets the scene for a pleasant listening experience, mostly suitable during the afternoon hours. Based exclusively on compressed samples and synths, ‘I Just Don’t Give A Fuck’ is a lo-fi acid track, containing the necessary dose of minimalism. Once ‘Animal Child’ takes it from there, enhancing its dynamic by adding heavier percussion, change and transformation make their presence by the time some pretty distorted guitar samples secretly sneak in. Now it’s ‘Innocence Lost’, a down tempo perspective on whatever Little Is Big may be about, a track that needs all that introductory parts having followed. Just when you had forgotten about vocals existing in music, ‘Peachy’ is there to subconsciously alter your mood and get you into a familiar sympathetic state of perception. On ‘Jordan’, the whole album has taken yet another turn. It’s no longer based on electronic sound, there’s live echoed drumming, when softly-mixed down piano playing with felicitous whistling in between can only be the ultimate companion to such singing styles, resembling a John Lennon’s ‘Jealous Guy’ era. All it takes for Ross to take on a Bob Dylan facet is just a five second ‘Here’s Our Future Presentation’ and then it all comes in. The harmonicas and the drumsticks, the guitar arrangements, and suddenly the whole thing has turned into a 1966 revival, blonde on blonde, early in the morning till late at night, when simple vocal melodies sing of ordinary thoughts and worries.