This is a collaborative release by Cologne experimentechnician Marcus Schmickler (aka Pluramon) and New Zealand-based saxophonist Hayden Chisholm. Schmickler is internationally well known in heterogeneous contexts of contemporary music. He is closely associated with the a-Musik label and over the last years he has worked in different fields of electronic, instrumental, improvised, experimental and new music. His latest releases feature choir and chamber music pieces, a new computer music composition, as well as a new release under the banner of Pluramon with Julee Cruise. His continuous collaborations feature settings with analog synth wiz Thomas Lehn and British pianist John Tilbury. He has received numerous prestigious prizes and his work has been represented all over the globe. Hayden Chisholm is a saxophonist and a composer internationally well known for his work with the artist Rebecca Horn and as a performer in jazz and contemporary music. Originating from New Zealand where he won the Young Achievers Award, he studied music and philosophy in Germany, India and Japan and has since performed at major festivals all over the world. He currently performs with Burnt Friedman, Root 70 and Pluramon as well as creating music for several of Rebecca Horn's installations. He currently lives in Barcelona and Cologne. Amazing Daze tracks the intersections where Chisholm's striking sax punctuations and Schmickler's slabs of electroacoustic wall-building meet.