Since the early 90's, the Belgian duo Silk Saw has pioneered nearly unclassifiable electronic music at the forefront of experimental and avant-garde.
Their 12th album is a contiguous expansion of the universe created in 'Imaginary Landscapes', the previous album published on Kotä in 2015, blending sweet and bitter in languorous and enigmatic melodies that float on intriguing polyrhythms. With the release of 'Nothing is Finished' on Sub Rosa, Marc Medea and Gabriel Séverin are back home, since their very first trial, 'Musique du garrot et de la feraille' - under their strange ’modern dada’ alias, Jardin d’Usure - was released in 1994 (followed by the first two Silk Saw albums from 1996 and 1997).
Now more than ever, without compromise, the duo makes full use of complex tools like Frequency Modulation, granular and morphing synthesis. In an array of delightful to jarring surprises, a sinuous ballad will be troubled with remote blasts, or abruptly interrupted by a collapse of the base.
While the tracks resonate fundamentally with a feeling of falling, failing, decay, the sleeve picture conveys that destruction is in fact where everything starts.