Back To Mono is a return to Boyd Rice's noise roots, and the first new album since 2002's Children Of The Black Sun. Back To Mono's tracklisting encompasses brand new recordings - made with Wes Eisold (Cold Cave), NY producer Bryin Dall (Thee Majesty / Hirsute Pursuit) and long time collaborator Z'ev, alongside unreleased studio and live recordings from the late 70s, plus a cover of The Normal's 'Warm Leatherette', Mute's first release which, explains Rice, is "the best electronic pop song - bar none. I bought that single fifteen minutes before meeting Daniel. And that meeting changed my life." Boyd Rice / NON's first release was what is known as the Black Album (1975). "When I started to compose and perform noise music in the '70s there simply were no other noise groups." As noise became more commonplace, Rice moved into more subtle and complex recordings.