It’s dense, distinctly electronic in design, and has the duality of abrasiveness coupled with frailty that one might associate with the name.
There’s something for everyone (who likes techno, breakbeat, dnb, ambient, glitch, drones and general weirdness at least!)
A second release for 2nd Mouse following the hugely popular Full Of Earth And Stars, so expect hugely entertaining beeps, bleeps, beats, squelches and sqwonks.
All tracks were recorded on a 16 track hard disk recorder, because at the time, Jerome was still a little bit afraid of computers.
The concept: Take a dictaphone into work and record the chatter of people sitting around you and on the phone, and chop the recordings up.
Bohemian in terms of genre – but made cohesive in general feel and mood – it dabbles in dubstep, industrial and lo-fi electronica, but all clearly stamped with their unique style.