A double CD of unusual electroacoustic vignettes and long form composition from composer/performer Jason Lescalleet. The first CD presents short and diverse studio works, the second a longer work in the vein of his live performances. The studio pieces display a variety of techniques and approaches to sound, an impressive set of compositions that display his dexterity in the studio, while reflecting a strange and embraceable sense of humor; this is not dour industrial music, but a fascinating and playful set that reveals a rich tapestry of sound on subsequent listens. The larger "The Future Belongs to No One" is a more subtle work of ringing tones and connected atmospheres, tied up around 37 minutes with a muted rhythm track that brings in a very odd version of Depeche Mode's "It's No Good". An unexpected end to an album that takes the listener on a twisting journey of sound concepts, illustrating the depth of Lescalleet's work, and the anticipation of much more to come.