Endo Monk aka Frank Schntgen, who during his time at school already had access to modular synthesizers like Formant, Korg and Moog, returns with this album to warm, bubbling analogue sounds, but unmistakably peppered with his influences from the Hip Hop and Electro scene of the last decades. The whole thing peppered with spoken quotes on space and time. The "Still ruht der See" remix by techno-house DJ and producer Chris Maico Schmidt may be considered in this context quite as a kind of accolade, because this duo will deliver four more productions n the near future. Since this album was mainly created analog, it made sense to create the cover also analog style using paint. There is a 6-month exhibition taking place in this context under the generic term "Future is know!", which also shows the original canvas (vernissage was on August 25 2019), serves as a release event at the upcoming Midissage on November 17, 2019. Schntgen is also known in the field of visual art, he already delivered designs for various artists (Andhim, Doro Pesch, Def Benski (company), XPQ21 (Jeyenne) covers, videos and stage details. Endo Monk, who also produces all his own videos and likes to act as a VJ in addition to analog live sessions, will continue to provide some surprises during the course of 2019, with recurrent events across genres and scenes. This is also an integral part of the new Endo Monk universe.