Playing tracks by
Sturqen , Silent Servant & Luis Farfan, Ancient Methods, Imaginary Forces, Emptyset and more.
"I wanted to record something that not only flowed nicely but that had a sonic connection between the tracks and artists. There has been a lot of hyperbole of late about noise artists who have, supposedly, suddenly added beats to their work and in the process reinvented techno. Not to detract from what these artists are doing in any way, but if you have followed their music for years then you would realise that these elements have always been there in their work beneath the surface and it was inevitable, a logical progression even, for them to move in this direction. It makes sense! It is interesting, yes, but there is another side that doesn't seem to get that much attention that I find equally, if not more, interesting. That is, the amount of dance music producers who have, after years of working in their respective fields, thrown off the constraints that dance music brings and moved on to a more freeform approach to their music, incorporating elements of noise and improvisation."