The 'Meteor' EP see's ENA continue to stretch out his singular approach to mutating genre forms. Awkward beat structures fold around his menacing ambience. The elements on the 'Meteor' EP appear to talk to each other in their own language as they unfold their puzzling story. 'Insective' is like a gnawing sonic peck, while 'Bulkhead' screams at you from beyond a shield of distortion.
What I love about the Grey Area sound is the murky mixture that is mechanical in motion and monochrome in mood. The changes that occur happen like chormatic abberations, altering the structure at its fringe. c²³
More recently, I've discovered the sound of the "gray area". It was a revelation and inspiration for me. Sam KDC does some very deep stuff. I think people with a vision of "tradition" will appreciate it. His music and the inbuild ritual plays an important role. Enjoyed Your music. 93! Notnotice