4-track 12" version
Pellarin's second full-length sees him taking a whole different direction from his 2002 debut on Couchblip. Over the course of 6 deep, dubby, techno-ish tracks he explores the possibilities of a custom-built delay setup and one single sample. Always skimming around genres, it's never quite dub, never quite techno, but definitely deep and engaging. Nods towards Pan American and Porter Ricks' or Vladislav Delay's work for Chain Reaction are audible, but Pellarin's sound is also very much it's own. All tracks are recorded 'live', ie. not a predefined sequence, creating an evolving structure to the album and making it work more like a whole entity than a collection of individual tracks. It's the perfect soundtrack for a very hot day. The CD also contains a 10-minute video 'The Peace of Video', created by Stefan Mylleager of Effekt, using similar techniques of resampling and feedback.