For Shelley's on Zenn-La, Oliver Coates designs a complex of bending truths and reverse
walkways to vernal states. Open ears can peer down hidden aux channel corridors, while
melodic patterns present two-way mirrors to rooms of other retinal colors. An endless
euphoria is just beneath the dance floorboards of Shelley's, and an inquisitiveness
unencumbered by the institution of knowledge surrounding its frame and inhabitants.
Shelley's on Zenn-La was made between the Elephant and Castle neighborhood of
London and a future dreamscape. In this realm out of time and space, Shelley's (Laserdome) -
a once-legendary late 80s / early 90s nightclub in the industrial town of Stoke-on-Trent in the
north of England - can simultaneously exist on the fictional planet of Zenn-La, and can house
a devotional, alien ritual of early UK rave culture, pioneering IDM, and deep minimalism.