A lone construction surveyor navigates the mysterious lower level of a soon-to-be demolished building. Burdened with the task of mapping the infrastructure’s ancient network of utility lines and deteriorating foundation, he descends deeper into paranoia as his measurements begin contradicting his findings.
‘In My Room’ is Juno-nominated artist Discrete's debut music video, directed by emerging filmmaker and cinematographer Colin Greenfield.
Bleep Radio and it's umbrella Fun in the Murky began in 2004. I was invited to be the first live-streamer on the www.livesets.com platform and then from there developed the FitM site. The goal all along has been to simply get others aware of the music I like as --where I live at least-- it didn't seem many people even knew about most of it. Add a decade to that and we now also have the FitM record label which kicked off in 2014.
Essit Muzique - Essit Muzique 1 - Aciiieeed 004
Chambray - Rub (Dj Haus Mix) - Ultramajic
Neil Landstrumm - Roulette - Snork Enterprises 70
Lag & The Forest People - The Beast - Mindcut 05
Myler - Cold Without A Hood - Mindcut 08
Fjaak - Gewerbe 15 - 50 Weapons Extra 05
Jerome Hill - Work That Shit - Don't 23
Ansome - Hang Dawg - Perc Trac 69
KSP - Rattle Ralf - Mindcut 04
Ben Pest - Massive Flounce - Fun in the Murky 02
Gary Beck - Sounds Like Airport - Material
Lambda - Hold On Tight - La Maison Grande
Oli Furness - Decisions (Alden Tyrell Mix) - Dext 03
Thore Pfeiffer first entranced us with his hypnotic style in his two very different renditions of Discrete’s quirky club hit ‘You Know I’ll Make It’, and we are ecstatic to announce his first full length album with us under his more ambient and abstracted alter-alias, Eroht.
Residing in Mainz Germany, Eroht is the introspective reflection of Thore’s consciousness, or the existential mirror image of his day-to-day self.
‘Sonnenblumenmeer’ literally translates to “sunflower sea”. We like to think of it as a twelve pedal Sunflower in a sea of subconsciousness, each track being more mysterious than the one before. This feature-length album will take you on an epiphanic journey of self-discovery and wonderment. Sustaining the aesthetic of a dreamy art-house soundtrack, this album is both romantic and dramatic. ‘Hang’ for instance, keeps us hanging in suspense as our lives flash before our eyes, while ‘Weite’ weaves in and out of it’s own vastness.
The album is also somewhat political. Stretching the truth with it’s granulated sample throughout, ‘Burning Fields’ suggests a dark dystopian circumstance probably during wartime and a renewal of political beliefs, in contrast to the benign beautiful bounty of a meadow of sunflowers. It sounds cyclical, that from these ashes new ideas and are born and information harvested.
This complex narrative deserves the company of a vintage bottle of wine or a courageous loved one to cradle you in a bathtub full of flower petals. "I listened to the Eroht album a lot during the last few weeks" - Paradroid