Artificial Origin of Nature is not an album, but an expose. As such, it is a conceptual narrative that attacks beat-based music; that decodes sound as a result of randomness of the world and that constructs coherence out of such randomness. Hence, Artificial Origin of Nature attacks beat-based music, as the most dominant form of music in contemporaneity, becuse it "claims" that the vitality of beat-based music is not a display of vitality of the world, but a display of its necrosis. However, this expose claims that this necrosis is not the result of randomness of the world, but a result of a specific colonial, totalitarian, discourse that represents "the nature" as something that is metapolitical. So, by structuring random sounds into a form of a narrative, Artificial Origin of Nature actually states that culture is an ideological category and that nature (as "the basis" of the world) is a political, hence artificial category.