Kris Wadsworth focuses on the darker realms of electronic music. Releases have steadily clocked up for Boe Recordings, NRK Music, alphahouse, Get Physical and Morris/Audio, landing on Hypercolour for 2009's `Deport This" (and subsequent single "Mainline"), and it is for the same label that Wadsworth aims his second full length player at. It's an album drawing upon many personal events and moods, as Wadsworth explains: "The first part is more fun, maybe comical at times, but the first track is really special. It's something I made very thoughtfully for Alex, Ste and Jamie ("Hypercolour Theme Song"). These guys have been through it with me, for better or worse, and still continue to support me more than any other label I have ever worked with. 5 years and counting! It's basically the only other label aside from my own labels, which I would want to release stuff on anymore. A mutual friend of ours played the `Theme Song' in front of a bunch of naked guys in a very famous Berlin club. They went nuts for it. That's Hypercolour."