Objects Limited are proud to sign pioneering electroacoustic composer Kaffe Matthews' latest album Foreigner. Kaffe has a colourful background including a degree in Zoology, her architectural compositions working in the Galapagos with sharks to more recent work with sonic bikes and The Bicrophonic Research Institute. Her live performances and interaction with the listener are central to her work as documented in numerous solo and collaborative albums on her own label Annette Works since the nineties. Her many awards include a BAFTA (with Mandy McIntosh and Zeena Parkins), Distinction Prix Ars Electronica for her sonic bed and the first woman to have received the Edgar Varèse guest professorship in computer music at TU Berlin. Going back to the eighties, her job was assistant engineer in the early days of acid house music. She was cutting beats for Graeme Park of Manchester's Hacienda when a door opened with the realisation that the best bits are when things crash or lock up spewing super sounds, when the machines added their own input whether through error or experimentation from humans. Now in 2020, after finding an Italian-made ELKA 400 electric accordion organ in a second hand Ghent shop some years ago, the time felt right for releasing music in a more traditional manner. This release marks the start of a series of releases, all using the ELKA organ in some way.