Jesse Osborne-Lanthier pre-empts his forthcoming album Left My Brain @ Can Paixano (La Xampanyeria) OST, following releases on Halcyon Veil and raster-noton, with a 54 track multiverse excursion of note clocking in at just over 2 hours. Opening with the beautiful anime orchestrations of Nozomi Aoki and soundtracked fields of Sakamoto and Morricone, deftly juxtaposing cold alien soundscapes and warm sun-splashed pastures of sound. As it progresses taking in the academic rigour of GRM badboys Xenakis and later Parmegiani, things start moving into starker contemporary productions, stitched together with field recording interludes from the mysterious Orchestroll. Just when you think you might have settled in, things take a sharp left with the pop stylings of Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nuand, and then even further so after the glitchtonica of Oval when seemingly out of nowhere comes a surprise a drop of pure brutality from Canadian Death Metal technicians Mitochondrion (!?). And it all works perfectly. Amazing. Further on down the wormhole finds Jesse bleeding the softcore jazzpop of Ken Muramatsu into the shoegaze dub of Slowdive and also managing to squeeze in grindcore legends Discordance Axis and their electronic equivalent, breakcore fiend Venetian Snares to boot. The multitudinous array of influences on show here embodies Osborne-Lanthier’s recent approach to creating his latest album - a reality where hierarchy is fiction, Only Sound Is Real.