“I wanted to break all structure, to see if all form can be destroyed.” Says K-X-P frontman, Timo Kaukolampi, of his debut solo album. A desire to deconstruct convention is not a new thing for Kaukolampi, given that the Finnish band have been blurring the lines between techno, krautrock, space rock and experimental electronica for the last decade and forging an idiosyncratic and unique sound truly of their own.
Following a triumphant set at the Flow festival in Helsinki this summer, Kaukolampi will be taking his set-up of synths, drum machines, effects and cables on the road and touring this solo project extensively, promising a real trip for good or bad. “I like to create these moods. Sometimes It’s like a bad trip that you wish would just end.”