His most recent recordings and shows revolve mostly around piano’s and analog synths, amplifying their percussive components to meditative, semi-improvisational pieces. In 2018, Dirrix' self-released Take The Air , a suspenseful two-part compositional piece created almost entirely out of a set limitation: to generate new ideas within the sonic breadth of the Moog Sub 37.
In 2019, Dirrix continues exploring with his new A-side and B-side Until Daylight/Sightless, which will be released on Montreal-imprint Moderna Records. These two tracks were recorded two years ago in a rural mansion at the Dutch-Belgian border.
After gripping, diverse sets at Rotterdam’s Annabel and Paradiso Noord, during Amsterdam Dance Event, Dirrix will continue to follow where the music takes him, as opposed to vice versa.