from keppel: “I think we wanted to make something more house-y, as well as have a sort of vaguely late ‘80s acid house/early ‘90s rave sound without being really obvious about it.”
from mercer: “we wanted to craft something firmly expressed our love of that music without being ironic or too stuck in the past;”
The end result is a lovely familiar sound that resonates with where we’ve been in the history of electronic music. Blips don’t lie. It’s true. BTW the album art is truly creepy and awesome at the same time. A rare find. I want to animate those dots!