"If time looked like music, it would be close to CLARK2"
"It’s rare that a single album in one style can justify and maintain an 80-minute duration, especially one with such a minimalist approach as this has at times- but it’s a testament to the balance and control that’s been put into this that it really is worthy of it. It’s filmic and grandiose, yet never over the top. It’s a modern take on the halcyon 70’s days of experimental electronic music, with a few fresh details, and it’s executed brilliantly.Brace yourself for a beautiful musical deep space science fiction adventure on this one.”- Stuart Bruce“If time looked like music, it could be close to Boris Hauf's new album, CLARK2. The 12 titles are an immersion in a space suspended from the celestial arches of a universe larger than our imagination.A mass of wriggling lights and light materials running through the fingers, to curl up in the hollow of memories half erased, by the scars of existence in ash. Boris Hauf invites us to float within the vastness, to let ourselves be absorbed by a nature with slow movements, astral clocks of events shaken by a discontinuous future. All in abstraction and viscerality, the atmospheres drift towards foggy borders, haloed by disturbing mutations and familiar horizontality, miniature synthetic ecosystems with scintillating rotations, ready to blend with the pores of our carnal envelope. Magical.”- Roland Torres