Swiss bass music maestro Bit-Tuner presents a widescreen ambient album about interactions and the traces they leave behind.
Bit-Tuner's 7th album EXO marks a milestone in his work: the widescreen and mostly beatless opus focusses on musical storytelling and atmospheric depth. The album was written and recorded towards the end of Bit-Tuner's 2-year stay in Athens. Influenced by topics like the social and structural turmoils of the past years, the strong connections between communities and the sensation of being in an economic deadlock, Bit-Tuner wrote an album that urges to be listened to in a (self-)reflective way. It is a call to listeners to listen closely, delve into the sounds surrounding them in any given moment and draw a quiet but firm inspiration from within. Following his field recording-based albums The China Syndrome and The Japan Syndrome, EXO highlights his interest in cinematic music and soundtracks.