Scrap Brain Material: the name says it all. For his first release with Abstrakt Reflections, Bean Machine (aka, our very own Jon AirRaid) reached into the inner depths of his mind, grabbed whatever he found lying around, slapped it up into his DAW, and promptly tweaked the hell out of it. Just because.
Glitchy sci-fi beats, lush ambience and densely-layered futuristic sound design is the name of the game here. Expect your mind to be knocked for a (Moebius) loop, with more fractured, pointillistic rhythms than you can shake a digital blender full of hamsters at.
Also, the title may or may not also be a reference to a classic 16-bit Sega game. You can be the judge on that one.