released March 19, 2017
The next one is, basically, a cassette of two concerts and both of them include Emerge, the driving force behind Attenuation Circuit label, and who, by the looks of it, releases almost everything he does. On the first we have a live recording of him and Russia's Re-Drum from March last year (and something I actually was present at, I realize) and on the other side with Polish Limited Liability Sounds, recorded in the same place, K15, Augsburg, but then in October 2015. I do remember seeing the concert, but now I hear the recording I realize I don't remember the music as such. With Re-Drum it seems Emerge takes risks, upping the volume a bit, smashing about whatever samples they like to use for this. At one point there is the addition of some percussive sounds, which does not result in some heavy rhythm, but add a somewhat ritualistic element to the music. They never seem to be staying in one place very long and always on the move for the next sound approach.
Music from Limited Liability Sounds, as far as I know it, is usually on a quieter side of the musical spectrum, and in playing together he manages to draw out Emerge into doing something equally ambient. While not always the most quiet of approaches, throughout there is a gentle industrial flow to this music (and yes, I would think that is indeed possible), with some Emerge's sampling methods pushed to the background; here the development is much more minimal and everything moves slower, unlike the other side. It is the two contrasts that make this quite an interesting release; contrasts that supplement each other quite well.