In Greek mythology an "autochthon" was a child born directly from the land, without the intervention of any parents. Today the term is used in the fields of Ethnology and Biology defining ‘local’, ‘indigenous’ or simply ‘originary from’… As rough as beautiful, the Autochtone figure invites us to wonder on the sum and substance of life. He offers us an excursion into untouched sanctuaries, dream areas where music and dance recall sudden flashes of primal recollection. Unchained, he teaches us to explore forms, rhythms, balances and shades.
From these roots and imaginary we extract the essence to draw our vinyl grooves, developing a playground of audio promenades around the tones of repeated electronic dance music.
From the cold and grey lands of Brussels and Berlin, to other corners of this metaphysical land we all call TECHNO.