Beneath the name Konntinent, London-based experimental musician Antony Harrison created a startlingly unique make of guitar-based drone music that took in components of Raster-Noton-style glitch, atmospheric post-rock, and Radiohead-like abstract pop songwriting. His intensely built soundscapes had been likely to consist of ghostly, flickering voices, field recordings, chimes, bloating strings, and careful edits, and had been as haunting because they had been unpredictable. After starting the task in 2007 using a few digital EPs and limited CD-R produces, Konntinent’s correct debut full-length, Levels, Integers, appeared on Japanese label Symbolic Relationship in ’09 2009. The entire year 2010 noticed the discharge of Arev Benn, a restricted tape on Perspiration Lodge Master, and a divide CD-R with Fonogram on Awkward Silence Recordings, aswell as the shiny, trippy Down with Chocolate on Debacle Recordings and Opal Isle, his debut for U.K. label House Normal. Opal Isle was his most concentrated work to time and was well-received. Third , record, Harrison released a loud album beneath the pseudonym Arev Konn, and began Paco Sala, an experimental pop task with vocalist Leyli, which released two cassettes and two LPs in the Digitalis label. In 2012, Konntinent released the limited LP Kiruna in the Hibernate label, aswell as the greater widely available Nearer Emerged the Light on House Normal, preliminary copies which was included with limited reward Compact disc Should We Make It Through the Evening/Wayside. Harrison retired the Konntinent alias in 2013 to be able to spend more focus on Paco Sala, but he allowed House Normal release a The Empire Series, an album finished this year 2010 and designed being a follow-up to Opal Isle, in 2015.