In the distant future, a long-abandoned Hadron Collider is unearthed. Mirza and Jelfs’ imagined discovery sets the concept for this ambient collision of mathematical minimalism and robotic poetry. Over shimmering drones, hazy voices ponder “truth and untruth” and how “ghosts will be downloaded”. While not scientific, there’s something botanical about the croaking synths in ‘One1one’. The accompanying visuals by Brixton artist Gaika are a fascinating watch. A truly trippy listen if you need to decelerate your particles.
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