We have often written with both fondness and affection for the Ukrainian minimalist duo known as Art Electronix, based in the city of Kryvyi Rih. One enduring emphasis in those prior discussions has been a connection between A.E.'s music and its birthplace. Kryvyi Rih sits deep within an industrial region, which is increasingly challenged by modernity's transition from heavy to digital enterprise. A polluted address continues to huff and puff, producing large amounts of acrid smoke as if physically laboring under its own weight. Then, on the same streets, we find this creative duo known simply as Katya and Zhenya, who work lovingly with old, often ailing pieces of Soviet electronic hardware. Broken machines engender telling, sometimes troubled sounds from an increasingly outdated address. New techno transpires from the grubby home of old technology.