When I need to escape somewhere I ultimately choose Vienna. This town is so in contrast to Budapest, if you would live here you’d know what I mean. And the neighbor’s grass is always greener but it’s obvious isn’t it? I love the streets, squares, the hidden houses, the lights – this city is full of elegance – and arrogance sometimes. When I was asked to write an accompanying music to a diploma movie and they told me the story takes place in Vienna, I immediately knew it won’t be a hard job. I placed lots of photographs around the Roland, pushed the red button and played everything what came to my mind. It was real fun to record this way, I’ve never done this before. This kind of process is quite deliberating and exciting in the same time because you don’t know where you will get with these phrases in the end. I separated the editing process for each track. I’ve got a pool of hundreds of phrases and little pieces and sometimes it was ended up in hilarious mixed pieces. I’ve edited 32 tracks altogether, 6 of them were used for the movie, and the final cut for the album includes 13. As a partly imaginary soundtrack this whole album works as a complete soundtrack for me – in my head at least. The story is really very flexible so you can put yourself in any situation in any town or place you want, it’s up to you. To me this is about one of my favorite capital cities.