Coming off of EP releases on Dynamic Reflection and 100% Pure, Uun returns to his label Ego Death for it's third release, and it's first on vinyl.
The title track references Carl Sagan's classic work of skepticism "Demon Haunted World." It features a percussive attack that builds into a swirling tornado of distorted synths and hihats. "The Scarlet Martyr" takes a different approach that is heavy on pads and atmospheric elements, all over a bed of field recordings. The B Side starts with NX1's remix of the title track. This interpretation chops up the synths and percussive elements into a broken beat onslaught that builds into the main synth element being deconstructed piece by piece. The final track "Dominions" continues in the broken beat direction with a more straightforward dancefloor approach.
"It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring" - Carl Sagan
Mastered by Dietrich at Complete Mastering
Played and Supported by: Silent Servant, Bas Mooy, Truncate, Henning Baer, Drumcell, Etapp Kyle, Rebekah, Derek Plastaiko, Marcell Dettman, Juho Kusti, Benjamin Damage, Adam Beyer, Patrick DSP, 2000 and One, Mental Resonance, Alderaan, Etapp Kyle, Drumcomplex, Israel Vines