Originally released on Chain Reaction as in the year 2000, this cult album now finds it's re-release on Huume Recordings. Multila brought together Vladislav Delay's vinyl releases for Berlin's Chain Reaction label, focusing on the dense, murky gritswirls and ghost voice traces that underlie this subtle artist's other works. The release was a landmark for the artist, as it was his favorite record label in the world that picked up his material, and if it was good enough for Chain Reaction it was good for anybody and everything. The original album was mastered by Moritz von Oswald/Basic Channel and the same exact audio is kept for the re-release. The re-release carries new artwork done by a long-time collaborator Kaisa Kemikoski, person behind most of the Huume Recordings artwork. As written for the original album: "Life films US exactly. Our experience of it, though, lies beyond images and descriptions. Emotions, coming in irrational flashes, are non-figurable. We lose our little connection to them very quickly. We look for forms with this in mind; that they can take US to meet the subconscious. Multila's construction is principled this way. Fragments of experience, moments without definition or localization are captured within tiny fragments of time and then within one's mindspace. We can look into it and see that experience has left some of it's data to us. As we receive it, again and again, we are connected and reconnected to certain indefinable moments. Both during and after it's recording, Multila is a tool to learn about the unintentional states... to see your own emotional loops. Multila is a soundtrack for vision." -Vladislav Delay.