Filmezza finds him melding many near recognizable elements of electronica glories past and present into a veritable soupçon of atavistic delight.
Signal to Noise
Diversion swims through a dark sea of synthesized drones and plodding rhythms. The intricate music lends itself to the type of examination one devotes to poetry.
Creator Mark Andrushko renders his brand of techno with the cool detachment of a hit man stalking prey. At times enigmatic and foreboding, its surgical precision is similar to a Hitchcock film, anxiety-inducing yet somehow alluring.
The Big Take-Over
Filmezza could very easily pass for a great lost Boards of Canada album. Those trademark children's voices echo throughout many of the release's seventeen tracks.