With backgrounds in video-making, photography, literature, theatre and session playing, Robin Pleil and Christoph Mainz are more equipped than most to make credible soundtrack music. Wisely dismissing their previous name of Arsenal they now record as Artridge and have moved to Berlin as part of the process. It's possible to hear the history of this previously war-torn city in the doomy atmospheres of 'Infusion' but this album doesn't concentrate on any one particular style or mood amongst its eight evocative pieces. 'Delos' cries out for a futuristic horror comission whilst a couple of orchestral pieces are reminiscent of another act hellbent with sounding cinematic, In The Nursery. Only 'Exile', with its use of dated heavy metal guitars disappoints but the deployment of some brutal chords to interrupt the smooth techno on 'Omsk' more than makes up for this failing. For a collection of fairly disparate pieces of music the whole project hangs together very well, even given the absence of visuals.