In its very original meaning, the term Progressive describes a persistent evolution, a steady process of experimentation and therefore it
re-defines itself again and again from one moment to the other.
This is also exactly the musical approach of Philter. Growing up in a musician family, experiencing directly the London Acid House movement in
the late eighties and finally making first experiences with sequencer software already in 1990, mark just a few stations of Simon Phillip Spies' very intense
For his second album he withdrew to his studio for one year and reflected all the experiences he had at parties and gigs during the last years as well as
in his personal environment.
The result became remarkable varied: Reaching from strong, rolling bass lines, hovering sound layers and deep, dreamy atmospheres to some decent
experiments with vocals and rather experimental beat structures, this album represents sophisticated lovers!