Review Summary: Settle into the atmosphere.
Flowers of Destruction strongest points are on atmosphere and sound design. Each rattling high hat, airy synth key, and deep bass line flow gracefully with each other. Felix K has definitely a great ear for detail as each track rises and decays every sound is masterfully used to its full. With subtleties of drum and bass, techno, and ambient weaving throughout the album, one can truly appreciate Felix K's skill in meshing these genres into an fulfilling experience.
To note one of the prominent tracks 'Flowers of Destruction #2' Felix takes his time to build up his track into something special. And this is not a problem since the rhythm of this tune is addictive with a punchy bass kick surrounded by white noise and little electronic snippets, and then the beast is revealed. The beast as in the bass, on a number of tracks the bass has no choice to make prominence against its minimal and barren backdrops. On the other hand we have many tracks (maybe too many) that do not focus on catchy rhythm but just allows the listener to settle into the atmosphere.
Felix sure does the electronic genre proud with this release, from heavy hitting tracks to the more desolated and free roaming ones. If there was any room for complaint is that there should be more tracks with a focus on dance. But this is not a big hindrance for Flowers of Destruction because overall it is a deep and joyful experience.