“Order of Noise is a sewer trawl through the repressed neuroses of techno, what’s left after the drug-fueled vestiges of “the party” have left—an exploration of the sinister undertones of the unleashed and unfettered. -Resident Advisor
I was told to download Order of Noise by Vessel awhile back so I did. As I listened to the first few songs, I couldn’t get into it, so like all of us I immediately switched it back to what I had been previously listening to. It wasn’t until last week that I decided to revisit it. I decided to give it another try and put it on while I walked to meet people for dinner. It was night, the clouds had lifted and the moon stared down at me quietly so I put my headphones on and began to walk alone. I began to hear what I couldn’t before-quickly taking lefts when I should’ve taken rights just to extend my time listening to the album. Memories I had not visited for quite some time began to reappear just as all the drastically different sounds my ears had never heard began to play.