'Neverending' was AMIT's first ever studio LP and is widely regarded as one of the most pivotal and influential electronic albums. Launched in 2006, this album wove complicated bio rhythms with ambient textures, dub sonics and political messages, resulting in tracks that not only destroyed dance floors but also had the listener by the scruff of the neck, demanding answers to his or her existence through repetitive questioning. Tracks like 'MK Ultra', 'Too Many Freedoms' and 'Swastika' are a testament to this. AMIT's pioneering 'halftime' sound went on to influence a generation of artists who still regularly cite his work as a source of inspiration. This LP was championed Radio 1's Mary Anne Hobbs on her legendary Breezeblock show and continues to get constant support 13 years later. 'Neverending' was also recently filed into the British Library of Sound Archive. For nearly 7 years this landmark LP had vanished from all music outlets but it is now back! We give you 'Neverending' the 2019 Edition.