London label Purely Physical Teeny Tapes presents its fourth offering. A follow-up from his release A System That Slips (2018), on Nick Kleins Primitive Languages, A Crude Explanation Of Russells Paradox sees Max Eilbacher continue his system-based, sound generation practice, delivering 11 piano, tone, and snare-based arrangements. Eilbacher performs solo and also with Matmos, as well as in bands including Horse Lords and SEF III. Max explains: These recordings originated with a system created on my computer that played abstract samples of a piano. I discovered the system worked better using only a select few of the many piano sounds I had recorded and intended to use. I found it also worked well with no piano at all. Instead, I employed white noise, a solid tone, and wavefolders. Randomly generated patterns control the sequencing, routings and various sound parameters in the system. I created rules for my system based off of my crude understanding of Bertrand Russells Paradox theory that then modulates those patterns" Pro-dubbed, smoky clear cassettes featuring double-sided, hand silk-screened covers designed by Ren Schofield (Container). Edition of 100." - Purely Physical Teeny Tapes.