Jon Egeskov credits his jazz studies at Copenhagen Conservatory with allowing him to develop an unconventional approach to electronic musical forms. Through methods such as employing Indian metre the konnakol, Pixel's static cracks and fizz and pristine sub-bass undertow are tied into mesmeric minimalist cycles. This aesthetic is evident when listening to his debut album for Raster Noton, Display. An approach akin to the rhythmic microcosms of Raster co-founder Frank Bretschneider is given a harsher, electrical razor edge. Bare-wire sensuality carries an emotive digital lyricism over anchored, driving yet achingly sparse rhythms. The Pixel sound is perversely static yet dynamic, roaming yet rooted. Bouncing bip and scrape from ear to ear, Egeskov's sound is both tribal and mechanistic. Letting Pixel loose on the mighty version sound system will be an exercise in subjecting the audience to the full range of sonic bottom and peak.