Rendeece – Endgame Sessions part I – If I Could Kill Him I’d Die Happy

The second installment in the Endgame series by Greek electronic experimental producer Rendeece!!




Rendeece – If I could kill him I’d die happy.

Rendeece – And the horizon? Nothing on the horizon? –What in God’s name could there be on the horizon? –The waves, how are the waves? –The waves? Lead. –And the sun? –Zero. –But it should be sinking. Look again. –Damn the sun. –Is is night already then? –No. –Then what is it? –Gray. –Gray! GRRAY! –Gray! Did I hear you say gray –Light black. From pole to pole.

Rendeece – Last night I saw inside my breast. There was a big sore. –Pah! You saw your heart. –No, it was living.

Rendeece – What’s happening? –Something is taking its course. –We’re not beginning to… to… mean something? –Mean something! You and I, mean something! Ah that’s a good one!

Rendeece – But humanity might start from there all over again!

Rendeece – Infinite emptiness will be all around you, all the resurrected dead of all the ages wouldn’t fill it, and there you’ll be like a little bit of grit in the middle of the steppe. Yes, one day you’ll know what it is, you’ll be like me, except that you won’t have anyone with you, because you won’t have had pity on anyone and because there won’t be anyone left to have pity on you.

Rendeece – So you all want me to leave you. –Naturally. –Then I’ll leave you. –You can’t leave us. –Then I won’t leave you. –Why don’t you finish us? I’ll tell you the combination of the cupboard if you promise to finish me. –I couldn’t finish you. –Then you won’t finish me.

Track no2, sample: Lucian Ban – Transylvanian Folk Songs: The Bela Bartok Field Recordings (Track: “The Return”)