The second live album from Bit-Tuner, The Japan Syndrome" was recorded at Zurich's Helsinki Klub, it's a fragmentary snap shot, a rampant audio(visual) trip through Japan's largest cities, that Bit-Tuner visited in spring 2013. The swiss producer captures these cities via field recordings to then transform them into his characteristic dark beats and minimalistic sounds. The latent humming of Osaka, rumbling old train cars, threatening sound of police helicopters and ravens, on their low flying rounds over the parks of Tokyo. These are the sounds Bit-Tuner stacks elaborately to a slowly and heavyly resonating sound counstruct. Doing this, he picks up a chapter of the emergence of electronic music and simultaneously demonstrates how organic the body of his music is, despite it's absolute digital composition.