cv313's signature dub techno sound has been a blueprint for the genre and is created on vintage hardware; all sounds, static, tones and paranormal occurrences are left in to render it as atmospheric as it is. The five expansive recordings that make up the abum are actually based on live recordings from a DEMF aftershow night back in 2000 in Detroit.
"The music is a bit creepy and so was the experience of this live show", says Stephen Hitchell, "It was an old dingy warehouse about 10 miles out of downtown Detroit, right next to the now abandoned Eloise asylum, but there are many stories of it still being haunted". Indeed, that theme of haunted locations around Detroit echoes through the five tracks and makes them a truly cinematic experience.
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