Střed Světa returns to Baba Vanga

Three years after his brain-twisting, mind-expanding, lucid sonic opus that was his self-titled debut album on Baba Vanga, the elusive Czech artist returns to our imprint with his new outing, deepening the fractured rhythmic structures while oscillating in a territory that touches upon “techno”, or “house”, but always ends up in a space that’s decidedly his own. The noodly, wobbly, lysergic, slippery, astral psychotropic sonic world he created on his earlier records is paired with the directness of beats, deconstructed, of course. His music is hard to describe though, and none of the words do his complex, idiosyncratic sonic semantics any justice.

This tape is released in parallel with another album by the artist courtesy of Prague’s Red For Color Blind collective: