This piece was composed and performed simultaneously in order to seriously investigate various dance forms and production techniques. It is intended for performance by a symphonic orchestra, and should be listened to as such.
The song's title is in reference to the popular cable channel and the fierce tropical storms it often features in its coverage.
Hans Maria's first bid for credibility in the volatile commercial dance market confronts the impossibility of ever really saying anything, by synthesizing wide-ranging influences like third world debt, infant-game theory, and the analog diaspora.
Featuring musical contributions from Paul Banks, Jacob, Sam and D.
Hans Maria is a present-day attempt to distill complex, inarticulate emotion into a music experience by means of limited technology.