Florian Meindl's third album "Time Illusion" saw him diving deep into the analog music production by using modular synthesizers and vintage gear as well as performing those machines at exclusive live shows.
This EP brings together the analog world and the digital editing and processing possibilities to form a unique blend of both methods.
"Metroacid" is carried by a challenging polyrhythmic acid-line, which is lifted to another perceived pitch by a pad cadence, which disappears apruptly after its purpose was fulfilled towards the end of the peripatetic breakdown in order to leaving the room needed to unfold the full potential of the acidic sequence, which errupts unexpectedly and creates a wild peak in the last third of the track and transitions into the elegant outro.
"Hidden Populations" represents Florian Meindl's deeper and somewhat softer side with surrealistic designed synth melodies woven into hypnotic drums. The Argentinian Techno producer Flug transformed it into a slightly more systematic and dense construction which stands out with its vigorous beats, making it a super-playable track.