Nights are coming and going and faces appear and vanish, great plans are made and rarely held up to. While that is the mode that keeps the machine running, from time to time something greater can evolve out this fast paced spare time profession. That is to say, it is a great pleasure to smooth the way for our dear friend Kleintierschaukel and his Blue Elephant. A rare species whose origins are found in Motomia (A1), that odd place where sticky clocks tick faster than time passes. Still all confusion is lost in the calm whispering of Juliette (A2), a harmony of strange confidence. Despite all its apparent harmlessness, it needs the soothing voice of our all beloved Le-onie to let its vast figure withdraw to the rivers and show the gentle nature of this Unterwassermann (B1). Back in his element all notches are smoothed out and movements unite in a rythmic flow. This is not a documentary, this is the Blue Elephant: TV Ende (B2). All echoisms aside: We are very happy to have Mr. Valentin Stip from Montreal himself contribute his interpretation of Motomia (D), a delicate dissection, reunited to a greater interaction of the most gentle kind.