The first Body Promise release, showcasing the original work of fifteen producers from Australia and abroad, each of who occupy their own special place in the club music spectrum. The fifteen original and previously unheard tracks span hard hitting techno to breakbeat rollers to percussive club experiments.
The title is drawn from the book Color Problems: a practical manual for the lay student of color (1903) which outlines a colour theory describing the use of agreeable and harmonious colours in tending to the sanity of the whole body. By placing each of these seemingly differing tracks side by side it brings out elements that might not have been noticeable otherwise. The act of arranging them into one complete body of work means that the complementary sounds, moods, and textures are immediately apparent. A dominant hue takes form.