1. Some Kind Of Up And Down Yes
2. Drop Frame
3. Transducer
4. Solaris
5. Decay
6. Subatomic
7. Track 93
8. The Meadow
9. Parallaxis
10. Ohara
Press Release
Efdemin is back on Dial Records with his third full-length album DECAY, following his self-titled debut in 2007 and CHICAGO, in 2010. Once again he offers a stunningly seductive stream of music written in his very own hand.

After three years of extensive touring as a DJ, Phillip Sollmann took the chance to compose his third album under his Efdemin moniker while spending three months in an artist residency in Kyoto, Japan. Living next to the Kamo river, surrounded by temples, shrines and the ever-present blue mountains, he started working in the late summer, facing typhoons and intensive heat, and finished the album in the early mild days of winter. Thus mainly assembled in autumn, his favourite season of year, the ten tracks on "Decay" express the paradoxical relationship between beauty and decay.

The production procedure was a dichotomous one. Recording was done in his recently finished new Berlin-Wedding studio, "The Meadow," mostly on analog equipment, while the final production took place in Japan. The result is an album of intriguing rigour and a certain beauty hidden within.