Rarely have we at Dependent all been so excited about a band as we are by Interlace. "Under The Sky", the latest from this Swedish quartett, is like the musical equivalent of an M.C. Escher painting. Sub-licensed by Dependent from the Swedish Memento Materia label, this exceptional album proves that there are musical oases worth exploring outside the confines of Future Pop and distorted vocals. Interlace define their own genre somewhere in between the styles of Clock DVA, Lassigue Bendthaus and early Skinny Puppy. It's no accident that the band was nominated in the category of "Best Newcomer" at last year's Swedish Alternative Music Awards. Also worthy of note: Japanese composer Akira Yamaoka, responsible for the acclaimed horror adventure soundtracks Silent Hill 1 + 2, insisted on doing a remix for the album. Interlace - the Next Big Thing?