When he's not scoring short films, collaborating with astronauts or DJing at ground level, Jeff Mills can be found working on his Something In The Sky series, now up to its 11th release. Jeff Mills' elevated fascination with space is truly evident in these four spooky and trippy blipped tracks. "Track 1" holds an unsettling tension throughout its plateaus and loopy arrangement, with random flutters of data processing sounds adding an eerie atmosphere to its spectral design. Uncanny sonancy and confusing tones make up "Track 2", which sounds like a malfunctioning supercomputer lost in space, while the delayed tom drums in "Track 3" give of an effect of falling through a black hole to no end. "Track 4" is by far the most hectic of all four productions, like a murder scene from a Kubrick film, Mills somehow harmonises his synths to the sounds of a frenzied electronic brain setting itself to self destruct.
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