From the rooftop you could see the entire city stretching far into the distance; plumes of smoke billowed from chimneys and reflective skyscrapers towered high above the clouds. It was easy to forget the stresses that came with living here; the fast pace of life, the expensive price tags and the long, late nights. High up, presiding above it all, there was only peace and tranquility.
Following releases on Soundtracking The Void and Origins Sounds, Night Tales and HOMEBREW resident Kilig makes his debut on Ian DPM and High Class Filter’s Scuffed Recordings with Dream Logic. Made up of three tracks, the EP blurs the lines between UK techno, ambient, minimal and industrial, showcasing Kilig's knack for meticulous sound design.
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