“… and so when I remained alone in the band, I started to do the songs according to my own whim. I started recording sounds instead of drums and accompanied myself as I possibly could – I wanted to play industrial, didn’t I! Then I thought I could actually do the works of experimental poets and maybe even steal from them and stuff, I could maybe sample them out or even try to record the situation when I was reading them and their text was getting into my head and it was turning into a text of my own. I could even do a sound recording of what I see around me, the hum and rustle of places. Or I could be emo so much that I would be ashamed of myself. Or I could put into music my own pride, my crackling spine, or an expert lecture with citations and annotation… and best, all of this at once."