Shorai is back with 15 x 5 = 75 minutes worth of promiscuous electronica, clattering beats and (well) lots of interference. An adventurous trip through glossy, dehumanized sound design, staying well clear of any preconceptions. Shorai is an act with a distinct trademark sound and identity, and "Interference" is an album rich with details and noisy delight. Fernando Garcia is not known to rush it with his output as Shorai, this being only his 4th album for HANDS in 10 years. While defying all categorization, he has been termed "the missing link between Kraftwerk and Winterkalte". If you stick to that comparison, while the preceding "It was listening with mechanical Precision" was more on the accessibly atmospheric side, "Interference" marks a bold return to rough and edgy territory.
Tracklist: 01 Spectral Overlap 02 Spectral Overlap II 03 Modulated RNA 04 Lo-Fi Video Chat 05 Looking In The Scrap For Spare Parts 06 Ion Storm 07 Demasiadas Notas 08 Bleeding Noises 09 Harmonic Cross Ratio 10 Waveform Over Japan 11 Wall Sound 12 SN Meets SQR 13 Overnoised 14 Molecular Vibration 15 Background Radiation Always Shines On TV