So, it'll be a long time before it actually comes out (think "2020" long time), but I'm in the beginning stages of working on my second BotB focus episode of the podcast (Nerd Noise Radio for those not in the know), and this track is being included.
I've gotta say, of all 36 tracks that are going to be in it, this is the only one so far that has put me in "repeat-one prison". I like this piece so much that I literally can't stop listening to it. I'm on hour two or so now of non-stop listening to just this one track! It's such a great case study in ambient dissonant drone - with an insanely catchy, persistent (but somehow understated) shuffling beat. There's not much like it!
What I'd like to know is how you managed to get the whole thing sounding so lo-fi. Genesis is so known for bright, fresh, vibrant, crisp, fluid, "big" sounds, and yet, this sounds so compressed, and lo-fi. Are you using a polyphonic sample with the percussion, and the dissonant chord drone? Is that all DAC? It'd almost have to be to [in a good way] sound so "bad".
I really would love to know, KungFuFirby!! Spill the beans! :-)
Anyway, a track par excellence that is so subtle and understated in its unfathomableness that it almost slips under the radar...until it totally rocks your world! :-D