Even more visionary than your common ambient techno maker, Sandro Perri synthesizes true instruments with dark ambience and comlements the resulting music with suitable rhetoric and visual artwork in his sensory wealthy productions simply because Polmo Polpo. The Toronto manufacturer and one-time jazz pupil debuted as Polmo Polpo in 1999 on the divide 12″ alongside Cog. He released the record by himself Audi Sensa label and limited the pressing to just 100 copies. Following a short stint collaborating using the past due Todd Fox as Dot Wiggin, Perri came back as Polmo Polpo in January 2001 with Acqua/Oarca and once again in March 2002 with Riva/Rottura, once again restricting both 12″ EPs to little pressings. Afterwards that same calendar year, he put together these four monitors, many ambient interludes, plus some associated visible and rhetorical components as The Research of Inhaling and exhaling, a full-length record released by Alien8 Recordings sublabel Substractif.