Ordinal marks Don Peretz’s fourth solo recording endeavor into the Electronica-IDM realm. The EP’s manipulation of analogue and digital synths, crossed over Don’s live drum improvisations creates a progressive texture and soundscape new to Don’s work. The opening track ‘Farmer’ is an analogue Moog based, glitch-dubstep improvisation, carving through a one-less rhythm base. Don describes… “The songs are all basically in four-four time, but no drum programming at all! Everything is played and tracked in. I want the effect of no bar line or time at all, while still having the groove and pulse be deeply there and connectable.” Ending with ‘Delmont And Heazle,’ a song inspired by the last duel to the death in England, Ordinal evokes a story-line score for a world in conflict with industry progress, and how beauty exists within that duality.