One of the characterists of Tudor Acid’s production is the intricasy of his beat programming, creating cyclical sonic structures that are challenging but pleasurable to listen to. The background story to his music has been revealed for Tudor Acid’s latest release and for the track Glass Walls in particular, the track is the workings of a mind influenced by Asperger Syndrome – working through this world and creating other realms of beauty.
Part 07 sees both Tudor Acid and Posthuman revisit the track Glass Walls which was on the first release of the series. You can listen to the Tudor Acid remix here on null+void in this excerpt you can stream below, where he adds in more of agroove to the avant garde side of his musicality, and inrelation to Asberger making progress in dealing with the disposition. I’m enjoying hearing this element coming through more and more as the Wrong Side of Day series progresses, and the path of Tudor Acid in general.
GLASS WALLS (TUDOR ACID REMIX) by null+void
Buy Wrong Side of Day Part 07 on Tudor Beats from here.