Release date: 27.06.2015
Post Scriptum stands for rich, highly detailed modern Techno Electronics. References to Mills-School bleep and unearthly, sci-fi tones are clear to hear. The album features original photographs by Swiss mixed-media artist Julian Charrière, taken on site at a former Soviet nuclear testing ground. Quickly following the first ever Post Scriptum track to be released, 'Human Timescales' featured on 'Berghain 07 - Part I' (Ostgut Ton 86), this stunning full length thoroughly outlines the sonic intentions of the project over 11 other-worldy tracks.
Hard, minimal techno bleep-shapes from the mysterious Post Scriptum. Grainy textures and sci-fi interventions are allied to propulsive, thudding rhythms to create a murky slice of dancefloor futurism..