This is the second full-length album from Mainz-based Butch. To capture the duality of his sounds that oscillate between under and over, techno and house, spirituality and marketability, club and home stereo, to celebrate the everyday high and question it at the same time, is just one of the many talents and specialities of this particular DJ and producer. This and much more is the starting point for a terrific album by Bülent Gürler himself on his very own, newly-founded imprint, BOUQ. Quadratically inspired, he dives into the diversity of 1,009 nights, not only inviting well-known collaborators like the classical house singer Virginia into his studio but also a new discovery: the violinist Julie Marghilano, who Butch met in London and whose musical talent strikes more than a chord, letting the enchanting "Feline" grow into a true masterpiece. Going beyond the obviousness of pleasant sounds and diving into the small print of the album, you will encounter fascinatingly joyful details which turn the tight-knit sound carpet ride into a magic trip. To take the tragedy of life with a pinch of salt is one this artist's biggest talents. He manages to make the listener smile about the biggest failures of our times, or even laugh about them.