Some of the best musical genres consist of styles that are easy to imitate but hard to do well, and ambient music generally qualifies, but power electronics doubly so. You never know when you are listening to a carefully-plotted work or air conditioner feedback, but Institution D.O.L. have been at home in this genre for a quarter century.
The Thelema Tales descends through layers of ambiguity into a space of continual cycling in which faint variations in texture, sort of like phrasal change in atmospheric riffing in black metal, conveys development of theme, aided by sampled voices, found sounds, and raw electronic noise.
Like much of the genres to emerge after the explosion and consequent selling out of rock music and every genre like it, Institution D.O.L. aims for a deliberately obscure sound which cannot be easily categorized, explained, or cloned, and this creates a listening experience of suspension of human reality coupled with an ambiguity that suggests the possibility of subversion.