Red vinyl version. Thousand Thursday effortlessly streamlines Michna's life and cultural background into affable dancefloor sounds. "My dad is from Ealing in West London," he shares, "and that's been a huge direct musical influence my whole life, especially when I was a teen and spent some time in London in the mid-'90s." You can easily hear that much in the ravey breakbeats and horn stabs that sneak into synthy tracks like "Cherry 2000" and "Time Will Tell", or even the vibe of rain-soaked streets that permeates Thousand Thursday. Then there's the artist's enduring love for classic house, disco, and hip-hop, which is more obvious. "Nuroq Legacy" effortlessly brings all of these influences into one lively, eclectic dance track, but the wistful "Increasing Ambition" is pure neon Italo and Michna's unclassifiable brand of of hip-hop has never sounded better than on "She Exists In My Mind". Perhaps less apparent is how the industrial tapes from Michna's childhood played a role in creating these 10 spirited tracks. "I started re-listening to them primarily just to hear how they flip samples," he elaborates, and the technique is used all over Thousand Thursday. It lends the music an added bit of personal history and what Michna calls "subliminal messages," as he borrows from years and years worth of field recordings--including bits of "Blackberry video, Flip camera tour footage, terrible interviews with friends, people on the street, and found sounds galore." Rifle through the slow-grooving robo-beats on "Believe In It Pt. II", or "Jace the Mind Sculptor"'s densely textural ambient drift, and you'll uncover layer upon chopped up layer of these lovingly curated snippets. There seems to be a tapestry of life's strange, beautiful, and unexpected moments woven into Thousand Thursday.