The first EP, Missing Matches, became an instant success in clubs all over Asia and consists of legendary tracks as Home Alone (‘the typewriter song’) and the deep bass groove Swampagne, that is actually grounded on the rhythmic pattern of Harold Faltermeyer’s classical Axel F. Some controversy was caused by Bach-anal (a one-track only tribute to, indeed, Johan Sebastian Bach) and even more by Morning Prayer. Intended as an tribute to life in Istanbul, the song became popular in xenophobic subcultures, being abusively interpreted as anti-islam statement.
The Missing Matches EP caught the eye –or shall we say ear?- of a young, innovative Finnish film director, called Aatto Koskinen. He asked Missing Matches (believing this was actually the artist’s name) to write the score for his independent sc-fi movie Entering Zone 6. Misfortune hit Koskinen, when his sponsors decided to withdraw from the project, after hearing the phenomenal soundtrack, stating that “The footage adds nothing to the score”.