Take the following ingredients:
- The sonic underpinnings of Calexico’s track ‘No Doze’
- Ambiance and rhythms of classic Portishead-style trip-hop
- Inflections of mid-90s IDM (Autechre’s Amber for example)
- Dismembered expressions reminiscent of DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing
Infuse these for six months with a developmental production approach focussed on Native Instruments’ Maschine, then slather onto two sides of premium repro’d compact cassette tape. The result? The second LP from ‑otron: doze on.