Two-headed Rechenzentrum has existed as an audio-visual entity for years now, using video as an instrument and exploring music for its visual properties. The interaction between Lillevaen (visuals) and Marc Weiser (music) strives to create a dialogue between the two media, a common space for the aural and visual elements. Their indescribable sound is a carefully concocted mixture of techno, hip-hop and funk with a calculated experimental flavour. The archived images that make up the visual plot are chosen for their narrative, atmospheric and rhythmic qualities, and Lillevaen's manipulations accent the preoccupations which inspired the compositions: Dadaism, Neoism, the Cut-Up technique and literature. Here is a far more singular and impressive 'data processing centre' (rechenzentrum) than those we're exposed to on a daily basis. The duo is currently finishing its second album (with final mastering touches by none other than Robert Henke/Monolake), to be released in September on the Kitty-Yo label.