The development of the album¹s sound aesthetics is both stringent and traceable. It shares with its quasi-precursor, the "TILT"-EP (released on Klein Records in 1999), the understated and seductive soundtrack-like atmosphere as well as the interplay of dry and minimal dub rockers, soul influences, semi-industrial jazz, and sci-fi ragga.
club music is quite important for me but I¹d be bored producing
an album of music just for clubs. That makes sense if you produce
a single, and it¹s great fun doing it live in the clubs. I remodel
the tracks for that purpose. An album, however, is another thing altogether."
This attitude is responsible for the fact that Kienzl created a number
of tracks that work well on the dance floors, yet have enough substance
to be carefully listened to in calmer surroundings.