"In the Zone, nothing is what it seems. Objects change places, the landscape shifts and rearranges itself, it seems as if an unknown intelligence were actively thwarting any attempt to penetrate its borders..."
for those who enjoyed the Submarine mix, this one is maybe even more introspective and ethereal. a Shakuhachi adorns the icy digi-scape of Alva Noto, a Gamelan emerges from Frank Bretschneider's laptop, and the first verses of the koran is backed by Pan Sonic's dungeon beats. the mix reaches further toward the sublime in the second half, and near the end, Cage's prepared piano appears like an apparition.
also features Muslimgauze, Kit Clayton, Gas, etc.
it is also because this mix ended up in the right hands that I'm opening up for Pan Sonic in the upcoming Los Angeles show about a month from now. post comment if interested in attending.