Jordan Freak is a project by Ruslan Kuznetsov from Nizhny Novgorod, which has existed for about a decade and mostly for himself.
The musician is fond of digging out rare Japanese electronic music of the 80s and 90s, but tries not to be attached to genres, tending to improvisation in search of an unusual result, creates edits and remixes in the base of Japanese sound, writes independent compositions, sometimes plays in clubs. Ruslan is a self-taught musician in terms of software and synthesizers, but over time he even began to teach in this area, while hearing allowed the development of a music school class.
It's hard to decide on the "Sky" track genre, but it is inspired by the aesthetics of the 80s and the miniature synthesizers of the Volca series from Korg used to create the composition.
The release was born together with Ruslan`s psychotherapist: he came up with the basis, and the psychotherapist Gursky composed the text. Ruslan says: "The vocals were recorded impromptu, "in the field" - I took a computer, a microphone and a sound card with me to the session - and we recorded the voice right in Viktor Mikhailovich's office."