His DJ mix last year for K7's DJ Kicks series was one of the most creative house/techno compilations to come out in recent memory. For the follow-up, Henrik Schwarz continues in that interplanetary techno-jazz vibe, but with more of a focus on his own material.
All the tracks are drawn from various live performances and mixed together after the fact. In some cases they're his own compositions, remixed and recontextualized. At other times we get recordings of him remixing other people's tracks in a live setting.
The disc opens up with Sun Ra's Lullabye For Realville, which plays unaltered for the first minute or so, until he grabs a fragment and loops it, filtering and treating it until is sounds more like some kind of digital-dub techno. That moment perfectly illustrates where he's going with this, and the rest of the album revels in that same collision between deep organic soul and icy electronic minimalism.