Some reflections take time to process. Windmill Watcher was first spawned as part of the first interpretations of an experience in Kosuge, Japan, ultimately released on the hibernating Stereo-Type netlabel. Over the course of the two years to follow, Revy recruited a handful of the bleepsequence crew to submit their own twisted takes on the source material: percussive field recordings, oddly pulsating synths, blaxploitation samples, and vocal work from Aera, who has also contributed the stunning cover art. The remix results were the good kind of mental breakdowns. Unpredictable, emotive, and volatile works that make a fine soundtrack for staring off into a slowly spinning windmill on the horizon.