The music is, to a great extent, inspired by the music of Jean Michel Jarre, but also other musicians, ranging from Deep Forest over Depeche Mode and Enya to the symphonic sound tracks of Hans Zimmer.
It is available from www.anoq.net/music, in all CD shops in Denmark and through many online download shops world-wide. The CD is meant as a taste of an upcoming full album in 2008, which will be titled Ichography.
The first track on the CD, Aqua Aerobics, is inspired from a certain
aqua aerobics class in Copenhagen and is intended to be played there,
whereas the last track, Egypt Techno Part 2, is a by-product of
the as yet unreleased Egypt Techno Part 1, which is originally
inspired by some of Natacha Atlas' music.
The title Egypt Techno refers to
"if traditional Egyptian musicians were trying to make techno music, then
how would it sound?" and is therefore not actually techno music.
The other 3 tracks, Etnoq Parts 1 and 2 and Source-X,
also display a variation of styles and usage of rare musical scales,
as if they were the most natural scales to use.
Apart from working on the upcoming album Ichography,
Ánoq is also interested in making sound tracks for other projects,
such as shows, performances, movies, commercials and computer games.
Music for erotic contexts may also occur in the future, where keywords
like belly dance, tantra and sadomasochism are not unlikely to be involved.