For Daniel Avery electronic music is unique. It can directly influence the body, provoke trance states and at the same time determine the cultural center of a life. His success was furthered by the fact that his debut “Drone Logic” didn’t really fit expected templates of what a dance record today should sound like. There are no set piece vocals; when voices emerge on tracks, they are invariably disembodied, odd. And as distortion whips across techno-based backing tracks, it splices modern club music with the kind of sounds that forward thinking guitar bands might conjure up.