2012 release from British musician Neil Rudd AKA Eat Lights Become Lights. Following on from the release of 2011's debut album Autopia, Heavy Electrics is an LP underpinned by a sense of movement, of purposeful direction. 'It's as though I was creating a soundtrack for an imaginary film' explains Neil Rudd, 'I was trying for a journey through a space, a city, country whatever and the different locations and themes that would occur during this journey, at rest, adventure, solitude, excitement etc.' It's not hard to see why Rudd had envisaged a soundtrack concept, Heavy Electrics is littered with film references, including a tip of the cap to legendary set designer and artist Syd Mead - mastermind behind films including 'Blade Runner', 'Aliens' and 'Tron' - whilst also paying homage to director John Houston and his 1975 adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's 'The Man Who Would Be King' in the title 'Sunrise at Marwar Junction'. Unsurprisingly Rudd also lists film score composers such as Ennio Morricone and John Williams as influences alongside more psychedelic-leaning kosmiche touchstones.