Our time, without time, is a condition undergoing naturalisation…. Today’s reality is a laboratory in which the players are anaesthetised and therefore dazzled by their relationship with reality. Being dazzled, as we know, leads one to become somewhat blind, in a good way, shall we say, while the anaesthetic effect lasts… but then the awakening might be far from pleasant.
This record seeks to take up a position in territory outside of anaesthesia. It therefore wants to bring back the possibility of time… again. Retrieving the constituent layers of time is like thinking about the past, the present and the future.
The title refers to a possible suspensive deactivation of the stoppage. It is, more than anything, a desire. A realisation that the stoppage is in no way a passive activity.
Those are from the release’s notes, a lengthy construction that frankly in no way surrounds this excellent piece of long-duration electronic ambient space explorations.