While we were working on this compilation, a lot of weird and absurd things had been happening to us, people that surround us and the world itself. This uncanny chain of events couldn’t stop us from completing this release. We’re very proud to present you our first physical release ever called Sense/Net: Music for Outskirts.
This compilation was thoroughly and carefully produced by people who don’t seem to be connected to each other by any way possible: a theologian, a philosopher, a biologist, an ex-drug dealer and a wandering pornographer. The only things that united us were the vortex of melancholy and the eeriness of night. We bloom like flowers by the lights of monitors and street lamps, but not by the sunshine. We’re longing for something more, something big, even global.
It’s up to a listener to decide, whether the compilation truly represents our everlasting creative search for new ideas and concepts, shapes of art or these are simply audio files representing nothing more than ones and zeros.