23 artists 23 tracks 23 minutes well spent.
works best swallowed whole. some familiar names, some new ones – go back and check your favourites, see who did what if you must on repeated listens, each miniature has it’s own secrets to reveal. Some more intriguing than others. Your mileage may vary. From the kindly guiding hand of Farmer Glitch, recently seen at Tusk festival running workshops creating interesting noisemakers and before that doing similar in the pink shed at Supernormal, but here shepherding a west country flock of, well, what should we call them?
…a group of people with rather similar grids. Through a window we view chaos, and relate it to the points on our grid, and thereby understand it. The order is in the grid. That is the Aneristic Principle. Western philosophy is traditionally concerned with contrasting one grid with another grid, and amending grids in hopes of finding a perfect one that will account for all reality and will, hence, (say unenlightened westerners) be true. This is illusory; it is what we Erisians call the Aneristic Illusion. Some grids can be more useful than others, some more beautiful than others, some more pleasant than others, etc., but none can be more True than any other.
—Malaclypse the Younger, Principia Discordia
at this the old man smiled