The world dwelt in its own silence, eternity and emptiness. Everything was calm at the bottom. The air was inhaled as usual and easily, its morning scent was bracing. His face was pleasantly blowing by wind. The Earth was squeaking slowly, changing day by night. Each minute was pouring its sand. Everything seemed in a balanced way. When the thirtieth minute came, the light changed its essential character.
When the noise reached its extreme, He realized that he was a human being still. He was stricken with panic. He ran, understanding that he was to be running for a long time. The grey sky with its leaden clouds hung down over the head. But its weight was felt from the inside. The sight was walking along the perimeter of the industrial buildings. The greyness was a weight to what He saw there. Everywhere around were ruins. It was harder and harder to breath. Fear. The body was trembling with fear. first was a bright flash, then these grey flakes of ash and even blood. In spite of the heat, cold sweat stood out because everything was over now.
He was at the edge with no idea of what time, date or season it was. It was all senseless now. His neurons already forgot how long he was at the underground. Here everybody was in continuous motion. After anthropogenic cataclysm all of the survivors came down to the underground, something like subway. The "refuge" was full of madness, chaos, cruelty and violence. All existing was covered with tough yellow-grey light, like during solar eclipse.
People mutated and united in groups with the same level of their unpredictable transformation. The radiation influenced differently on each of them, but at the same time turned into the monsters. Moving across the underground was rather dangerous. There was always a risk to be torn to shreds or to be involved in the perverted tortures by the terrible inhabitants of this hellish subway.
Despair, unbearable anxiety, permanent metal taste of blood and an irresistible desire to find a group of those who were not exposed to mutation. Everything around so aggressively responded to people like he. It was almost impossible to find friends. they were somewhere in depth. It seemed like they were almost found, but it was unusual radiation. It also changed time and space. If he was standing in one place, this place alchemized several times. That's why it was necessary to run fast in order to be on time.
They were too few. Were they actually?
Those people, who came out from the underground began to restore the living world and help newborns who were still too weak. It was a new era. The Civilization started to build cities on the surface of the Earth.
Accompanying text: Alexander Sosedkin (Rabitza)
I'm pretty sure anyone who keeps up with Bleep knows who Vadz [myspace] is. His first show for me was and still is a record holder for most downloads in the Bleep series of mixes. He's also someone whose material I've come to quite enjoy. It's Techno done right; influenced by the past and void of genre cubicle pretension.
Enjoy Vadz' 2nd Bleep show and keep your eyes peeled for his constant Digital releases. They're always high calibre stuff.