Continuing his work with memory not only as a subject but also as a process, Michael Anderson has culled many of the sounds on this record from the past. But this is not a record of rehashed material or remixes. Rather, Drekka's music is made through continually delving into an archive, digging up and repurposing old recordings, live performances, and forgotten snippets of the voices of out-of-touch friends. Anderson often begins his live performances subtly, with smoldering ambiences and sublime waves, a practice which functions both as soundcheck and prelude. "The Seventh Continent (Oceanic Waves Wave)" is a work of evocative and emotive sound art, assembled textures created from manipulated voices. The piece owes as much to Nurse With Wound as it does to Michael Haneke, whose influence is paid homage through the title. "The Work in Question is Unbeknownst to The Participants at Hand (in three sections)" reaches back through years of sound—a forgotten recording session from the mid-’90s are counted among the sources here. Anderson’s deft hand has collated and juxtaposed strands of narratives from across two decades into this haunted drone. Like Tarkovsky's The Mirror, it is an assemblage of memories, at times dissonant. But like the work of Tim Hecker, this is music that is warm and hospitable and in some sense ultimately soothing. Limited edition pressing of 500 copies.