- A1 Interdimensional Beings
- A2 Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit
- B1 Infinite Skies
- B2 Exile
- B3 Illuminated Process
“This isn’t a time-lapse,” he said, breathlessly. “This is time…collapsed.”
His eyes glazed over for a moment as he retreated deep inside himself.
“Don’t you see?” He exclaimed, wild-eyed, looking as though possessed by some silent anomaly of his own
making. “Don’t you see what this means?”
He was stammering. Shaking violently, uncontrollably, as if his bones were rebelling. The eyes had grown
wild now, roving feverishly about their sockets, trying to drink in the velveteen void that lay all around him.
Sweat poured from his sodden brow, streaking his ashen face to gather in salty pools about his mouth – not
that it cared much, held captive by a different sort of chaos. Words were failing him, you see. No matter.
What use did he have for such abstract glyphs anymore? The world had fallen away. He was all alone. At
last, he could begin.
From dreamy opener “Interdimensional Beings” through to its synthy, Detroit-summoning close, there’s
something instantly warm and familiar about ‘Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit’. Conjuring up memories of
all those records you used to play and love, here Enklav. newcomer Jeremiah flexes wraithlike machine
music into an array of contemplative floor jams. With its fuzzy electro pulse, tracks like “Interplanetary
Phenomenon Unit” allude to some spectral Drexciya. Elsewhere Warp and Rephlex leave their dusty,
haunted steps. But these references are only fleeting and incomplete because, like the rest of the Enklav.
collection, this is music in a world of its own.