The Otherness digs deep into the feeling of strangeness, and each track selected for the episodes differs from what is familiar, expected, or generally associated with a specific style. It is inspired by a chapter in Hopscotch, Julio Cortazar's masterpiece, which analyzes what otherness means and the relationship between order and chaos. Based on this concept, Blume delivers an hour of mysterious sounds, spliced genres and hybrid music of astonishing complexity. Elements of techno, glitch, ambient, breakbeat, jazz, hip-hop and even twentieth-century avant-garde composition. As a result, each episode defies all categorization, reflecting the individualistic quirks and artistry of modern electronic music.