TESSUB – Cloud Chambers
More techno this morning from TESSUB. But with a more measured, IDM air. Cloud Chambers is a thoughtful piece that sees no sense in hurrying along. Our time is short but not so short we should not stop to stare. Hardly a surprise that TESSUB is from Montana then.
Despite the wide open spaces of the track, a cloud chamber, also known as the Wilson chamber, is a particle detector used for detecting ionizing radiation. But ignore that. Pretend it’s about fluffy clouds, scudding across the leaden sky. The IDM awkwardness has elements of The Black Dog or other of the early 90s IDM groups. Really rather impressive. There’s an album of this stuff from TESSUB and I’ve included a link below.