Swype Right live is a flickering remembrance of moments in electronic music’s very own history and - if there is any – future. Pseudo artefacts get (over) compressed to build an inescapable centre of a black hole.
Using a mix of cheap hardware, trusty like to a painter the most favourite brush, is absolutely sufficient. A single pattern, programmed during soundcheck, is enough to start. There is no complaining about static culture. When their melodies get programmed and drums aligned we know: the retro zombies of music archaeology are already defeated. It is an impatient begging for the total collapse - or just daylight. What the “death zone” is to high altitude climbers, is the peak time for them. Only highly acclimatized human beings are capable of managing the journey without the use of supplements.