Faux brothers Tom Rowland and Ed Simons will release their seventh studio album “Further” on June 14th. The innovators of electronica will also be releasing films to accompany the music, working with visual artists Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall for the complete mind-blowing experience.The duo seems to have found a formula for their music, a rubric of space, bass, buildup and breakdown. They create a psychedelic experience as they guide the listener on a journey through their eight-track landscape. The slow repetitive beat on the opening track “Snow” is consistent with the opening on previous albums, building anticipation. It breaks open about two minutes into the second track, “Escape Velocity,” an 11-minute roller-coaster that sets the stage for the rest of the album. Throughout the rest of the tracks, the duo continually brings the listener through intermittent build-ups, trance and break-beats, keeping their structure in tact but their sound as fresh and entertaining as ever. Some of the tracks may be less club-worthy than others, but when you get to the haunting climax of the last track, “Wonders of the Deep,” you’ll know it was worth it to take the ride.