It is not easy to describe this recording. Do not think your CD player is actually going berserk. It did not break down, nor did your sound system, you have just started listening to newest release by "Kryptogen Rundfunk" entitled "22.SZ" on the "Mechanoise" label. Both the label and the artist are probably unknown to the majority of our readers. But I am sure some of you, after reading this article, will at least want to visit their site or go and search for the release. All amateurs of drones, pulses, ambient pads, noise, radio wave interference, cracks, pops, ticks, "krrrr", "fjew", "sssccchhhh" and other sounds will adore this release. There are no real rhythmic patterns and structures supporting these constructs of barely audible changes in tone faintly braking through the noise of the drones and airwaves as if it were the sun trying to transmit a faint reminder of joy to people who live in a country where it rains 99% of the time. And it works... This is a release through which you can not skip and or scroll. You need to undergo it from start to finish. Only as this Tsunami of noise drags you along under water violently you will loose resistance and the will or ability to fight it. At one point the noise starts flirting with you, showing you more then you had seen before and the rich textures which are immanent to the noise start showing. Along this process you also start to distinct the warm pads and rich analog sounds that are hidden within the noise. Then you risk falling in love. And for the record I would like to state : "I did love it".