Let’s start at the eyes which as you can see infuses the cover art with a defiantly cheeky twist on a Surrealist, even Dada-esque sense of the absurd. And if I’m not mistaken that’s a wonderfully serious distortion of a movie star too. The music on the other hand delivers hard and fast immediate and urgent rhythms direct to your stereo. Moody, nagging, edgy synthesizers command the landscape as deliriously funky percussion occupies the mainframe on the opening, excellent Panem. The slightly gentler Apart then explores similar themes albeit with a deeper, more introspective perspective and again conjures up a storyline of possibilities created by a wonderful, igniting array of electronic sounds. Thank you Jonathan Kaspar.
Release: July 13