Goldmin founder Romain Lanteaume aka EinKa meets Terrence Dixon for a 2nd record which is nothing but a logical suite to the one released last year.Terrence Dixon is perhaps the only man in techno to have achieved the perfect fusion of the finished work with a concept theoretically formulated beforehand, There's not many artists being as consistent as he is in this respect. He is also one of the very few artists who dedicated his whole life to a very personal and constantly evolving ideal and of course, you can feel that lifelong research in every single tracks he recorded.. His guiding principle was the elimination of what is known as expressiveness: from the very first ones in 1995 to what he's doing now - completely unique and timeless. Whatever he does, this man knows how far he can go "too far"!When you listen to any track of this man that his very own artistic ideal is not driven by the desire to please anyone nor make people dance. His music is not even determined by a certain aesthetic or by it's function in the club. This man's never trying to bring a certain emotion out of you by exciting some brains with already known, he just let things happen, lets subconscious talk with no limits and that's probably why Terrence's music is so touching..Listening to this incredibly unique "halftime" on B-side, we (and hopefully you) can hear what we're talking about.. He breaks the barriers of time and space.Following The Edge concept, both artists delivered 1 solo track each and once again, Romain sent some carefully selected music parts to Terrence to work with in order to make 2 brand new tracks out of them which could illustrate that VOID idea. Once again, these as well as the solo works bring a very spontaneous and delicate record.