Few people can evoke such raw emotion with so little. I'd wipe my mind if it allowed me to listen to this for the first time again. Gritty no nonsense galactic funk. Powerful stuff. Hoping we get more like this.
"In early March 2019 this album popped up as an apparent self-released white label when in reality it was Dekmantel who put it out.
Originally to be released as a main SDC album, most of this was produced during a strange time in my life when I was just getting to grips with sobriety and making music again. As a result, the tone of the album is much darker than I wanted my first album in years to be so Dekmantel and I decided not to go ahead with the release. However, the lacquers had already been cut so we decided to press 300 copies as a one off.
I never intended to release this album digitally, but with the coronavirus having cancelled all upcoming shows and many other people putting things on Bandcamp it seemed now was as good a time as ever.
This is the digital extended version. It includes an extra track, interludes and plays seamlessly.
All thanks to Dekmantel for giving me permission to sell this independently."
A more sinister side of the SDC storyline that snuck its way in. Excellent beats, bass lines and melodies. Music from that shifty bounty hunter watering hole on the dark side of a far away planet. A true fan release. Vinyl sounds A+
In march, out of nowhere, SDC self-released this vinyl-only album, limited to 300 copies, no repress. For those who missed this, there’s a Soundcloud stream available. Personally I think this is his best work to date. It is his trademark „intergalactic funk” with a scifi/space opera vibe, only this time without the dialogue intermissions like on his debut album and this years „sequel” on R&S („Love Beyond The Intersect”). I hope this electro masterpiece will have a wider release one day.