*The rarest Shackleton dubplate of all finally sees a vinyl pressing - 10 years after it was made. Also comes with a brand new hour long mixtape from Demdike Stare, all housed in a screen-printed tote* Demdike Stare's DDS imprint make dreams come true with this first-ever vinyl issue for a legendary Shackleton dubplate, as well as a new mixtape from Demdike themselves - the first in an occasional series of releases that highlight old (and new) tracks that have been pivotal to the DDS Weltanschauung. The 12” features the rarest and most sought-after Shackleton track for any… Read more
**Limited Deluxe triple LP edition, cut at 45rpm on coloured vinyl with printed inners and two exclusive instrumentals. Also includes a copy of the CD free inside** Jamie xx practises safe raving with his debut solo album proper, following a 2011 collaboration with Gil Scott-Heron and production as part of The xx. 'In Colour' posits Jamie as the pre-eminent posh soul boy, lifting and massaging inspiration from the rich heritage of late '80s + early '90s London dance culture and channelling it into a pop-ready format palatable to Radio 1 daytime tastes and festival soundtracks… Read more
**PAN manage to coax out the first new Errorsmith release in 11 years - and in collab with Mark Fell no less - making for one of the deadliest and best twelves you'll hear this year** PAN plays home to the return of pioneering composer Erik Wiegand a.k.a. Errorsmith - in collaboration with anterior artist Mark Fell, no less - for his first release in eleven years! Technically, it's not the first time that these two have worked together - Fell put Wiegand's Razor software to stunning use in the 'Manitutshu' album (EMEGO 116, 2011) - but it is their first time recording toget… Read more
*Reissued for the first time on vinyl* Oh my ghost! Kenji Kawai's legendary soundtrack for the seminal Japanese Manga, 'Ghost In The Shell' is availed on vinyl for the first time. Speaking for almost any self-respecting sci-fi or manga fan, this is one of the genre's definitive OST's, right up there with Geinoh Yamashirogumi's equally coveted 'Akira' (1988) score from a few years earlier (which was also recently issued on wax), and pushes that album's digitised ambience into more spectral, deeply haunting realms populated by a mixture of gorgeous choir singing in a… Read more
Frrresshhh outta Durban, South Africa, Rudeboyz deliver the first properly administered dose of Gqom heard outside their country. Sounding something like Kwaito made for baddies in a Neil Blomkamp flick, it's a darqer strain of SA house defined by hollow drums (Gqom is Zulu for "bang" or "hit") and weightless yet heavily-impending atmospheres comparable with current Logos and Mumdance designs. Our perception of the "weightless" bit may be attributable to the low bitrates the tunes are distributed in via sites such as Kasimp3 (there's a chuffload of 128kbps gear on there, run go check!), len… Read more
**One-sided 10"** One-sided, deeper house play from Joy Orbison and Boddika. In a blind test, we reckon that even well-trained ears would struggle to differentiate this from the work of Four Tet or Floating Points. That's a good thing or a bad thing depending your dancefloor stance...
*Demdike Stare's first album - available again for the first time in a few years* Demdike Stare is a long-in-the-making hookup between two shady characters operating at the fringes of Manchester's fragmented music scene: Miles Whittaker and Sean Canty. Miles has been a longtime affiliate of Modern Love as one half of Pendle Coven and under his own MLZ alias, while Canty is one of the city's most recognisable vinyl collectors, carrying an obsession with everything from obscure Nordic Doom records to Anatolyan funk albums, fuelled by his dayjob helping out at the Finders Keepers labe… Read more
Following the frenetic, rhythmic experiments of the Ripatti 12” series, Vladislav Delay returns with his first ambient album in over a decade. ‘Visa’ is a thing of immense, absorbing beauty - harking back to his classic albums for Chain reaction and Mille Plateaux, extending 6 longform pieces over an hour of heady dub reductions. And in the fine tradition of some of the best albums, ‘Visa’ was borne out of serendipity - Ripatti was denied entry to the United States and was forced to cancel an entire tour. Suddenly left with unhindered time and a surplus of creative energy, he produced this materi… Read more
The modular maestro presents a luminous 4th side of original Buchla soundscapes for Morphine. Recorded in Berlin in September 2014 and incorporating production help and assistance from label boss Rabih Beaini aka Morphosis, 'Brother I Prove You Wrong' speaks with a sharper clarity and diction than Cohen's trio of archival recordings circa 1976-1989 already reissued by the same label to much acclaim. They're sharp as a tack, following sleek lines and rendered with a punch and sense of space and momentum which possibly betrays a return influence from the contemporary operators … Read more
**Edition of 300** 'Sirens' is an utterly captivating side of alien ambient composition by Kara-Lis Coverdale (collaborator with Tim Hecker) and LXV (a.k.a. David Sutton) for Mexico City's quietly ace Umor Rex label. Committed over 14 months between 2013 and early 2015 at studios in Jersey City, Philadelphia and Montréal, it blooms eight strange and often incredible flowers shaping the voice and various electronic inputs into vaulted, complex harmolodics and rhythmelodic cadence with an effortless, sweeping quality that's really got our tongue right now. It's much more gentle than, say… Read more
*James Leyland Kirby’s near-mythical ‘The Death Of Rave’ material finally given a proper release - original rave classics deconstructed into hazy, ambient flashbacks. Special Edition CD housed in reverse board digipak* Finally, after years of haranguing, Leyland Kirby finally yields 'A Partial Flashback' 8-track CD edition of his 204-track dancefloor elegy 'The Death Of Rave'. Conceived after a visit to Berghain in 2006 where, according to the artist "For me personally something had died… Rave and techno felt dead to me", the monumental and uncannily p… Read more
The London/Bristol axis churns up a military grade bomb from Mumdance, Pinch and Riko Dan. 'Big Slug' holds tight to a dread UK sound, all city-at-night gloom licked with apocalyptic intro and cantering bashment groove streaked by hellish metallic apparitions and Riko's yardie bark. The instrumental 'Lucid Dreaming' opens more hyperreal weightless dimensions framed by pendulous roto-rimshots and desiccated bass hits closer to gabber than grime but with the discipline of modern minimalism, anticipating a tangible evil that never comes but constantly lurks at the periphery, like some sort of sublime panic attack - summing up the vibe of 'ardcore UK dancefloors. Tip!
**PAN manage to coax out the first new Errorsmith release in 11 years - and in collab with Mark Fell no less - making for one of the deadliest and best twelves you'll hear this year. Vinyl mastered and cut by Rashad at D&M, artwork by Kathryn Politis & Bill Kouligas** PAN plays home to the return of pioneering composer Erik Wiegand a.k.a. Errorsmith - in collaboration with anterior artist Mark Fell, no less - for his first release in eleven years! Technically, it's not the first time that these two have worked together - Fell put Wiegand's Razor software to stunning use in the … Read more
*Proto-techno from 1973. Seriously - 1973!* Necessary reissue of a jaw-dropping techno/trance prototype from the Italian experimental underground circa 1973. Under the alias, M. Zalla, the Italian maestro known as Piero Umiliani consolidated a fascination with emergent psychedelia and electronic atmospheres in 'Problemi D'oggi' thanks to his early adoption of drum machines and synthesisers (a Moog and EMS Synthi to be precise) which he knitted with searing/floating organ, motorik drums and guitar to forge a potent reduction of rhythm-driven psych music. Whilst sometimes you mi… Read more
Fresh from wrecking the UK, Beau Wanzer follows that deadly 7" with this killer 12", four tracks of fizzy and demented wave crack on his eponymous private press label. A purveyor of thee most crooked funk in town, the noted collaborator runs amok in solo mode from spannered and noisy electro with 'Beefhearts' to the psychotic etch-a-sketch synthlines and ghetto claps of 'Drew Is A Dogeater' up top, before shape-shifting into aerodynamic bleep techno beaten-up with computer game stabs and gloomy synth pads right out of some darkside Manga or sci-fi in 'Seedless Grins', tipping out with a ruddy EBM swagger entitled 'Beaches of Leeches'.
**Edition of 500 mastered & cut by Matt Colton. Initial copies on silver wax, includes a download of the full album dropped into your account on Monday, Feb 16th** The panoramas of 'Awake' open six captivating and plangent guitar scapes stirred up by prolific collaborator Mike Shiflet with John Kolodij a.k.a. High Aura'd for Type. Captured face-to-face - or rather face-to-amp - over the course of three days in Kolodji's Rhode Island studio, the improvised recordings were later edited together with sparse, pastoral field recordings to create the kind of densely woven sonic fabric that … Read more
We find Wolfgang Voigt in his natural habitat amidst the sweeping, Gas-like ambient scenery of 'Rückverzauberung 10'. Written to commemorate the opening of German national park, Hunsrück-Hochwald, where the piece is played through loudspeakers to enchant the woodland and vice-versa, it gracefully unfurls just over an hour of deep forested strings and quietly intoxicating atonality in a reflection of the the wild, rolling landscape and its natural topography. From the elegiac appeal to the woodland cover art, it's arguably the closest you'll come to Voigt's templa… Read more
**Edition of 200** Welcome return from erstwhile Oslo punk David Gurrik, a.k.a. Human Inferno, with a killer slab of advanced caveman electronics for Entr'acte. Gurrik was last spotted as Human Inferno on his outré label, Sonmoi, in a class split with Lasse Marhaug, and 'Medication' marks his most substantial output in many years. Away from his involvement in "school politics and the local community", it's probably fair to say that music is a controlled vent for his life less normal, whether singing deadpan about visiting the psychiatrist with his wife over blunted pulses, growls and temper… Read more
*Ships Friday* **2015 Reissue - Includes digital download code redeemable from the label** Finally reissued, here's whart we said back in 2009: "After their mammoth anniversary boxset, we could safely say this is one of the most anticipated and easily the best release on Warp's 2009 schedule. 'Broadcast and The Focus Group investigate Witch cults of the Radio Age' is a dream sequence of sonics for the Hauntology canon, pairing Ghost Box's Julian House, aka The Focus Group, with longtime favourites Broadcast for a head swir… Read more
*First new solo album in six years from founding member of pioneering chamber-rock ensemble, Rachel’s. Features members of Loscil, Rachel’s, Shipping News, Amsterdam Sinfonietta* "Rachel Grimes is a pianist, composer, and arranger based in Kentucky – most renowned for her work in Rachel's, the groundbreaking chamber-rock ensemble that introduced an entire generation of underground rock fans to the unexpected similarities and appeal of neoclassical music. Grimes has toured the world as a solo pianist, and as a collaborator with chamber ensembles such as Portland Cello Project, astrïd, … Read more
Skee Mask slings a 2nd lot of crackshot techno on Ilian Tape with the 'Junt' EP. His 1st release, 'Serum', issued in late 2014, injected a much-needed dose of broken, sparky and rude funk to the techno scene, and this one does much the same, with an added swell of blistered, psychedelic noise texture and shots of sweetened melody for good measure. The title track kicks up a cloud of dusty atmospheres and dub-sprung dynamics to ease us in, before 'Hover' almost loses its mind in a roil of atonal apparitions, to be rescued by rolling groove and sweeping, sunken pads. 'Larus Canus' follows at a more… Read more
*Absolutely incredible album - this is the definitive remastered edition with extensive liner notes* In the pantheon of electronic music Terry Riley's 'A Rainbow In Curved Air' adorns a pedestal front and centre. Taking inspiration from Hindustani classical music and the jazz techniques of Bill Evans and John Coltrane before him, Riley's minimalist psychedelic masterpiece can claim a direct influence on generations of musicians ever since, from the likes of Brian Eno at one end of the scale, right through to Oneohtrix Point Never or Emeralds at the other. This "definit… Read more
Regrouping for a third album under their 'On' moniker, Steven Hess and Sylvain Chaveau have created another body of chilling improvised recordings at their Chicago studio. As with previous records the results were passed to a guest musician for rearrangement of perspective and mixing techniques. Following Deathprod's work on 'Your Naked Ghost...', the material for this album was handed to experimental virtuoso Christian Fennesz, who transforms the source sounds into a display of stripped, yet richly textured drone ambience. However, un… Read more
**Submerse bruks out and footworks rhythms at his lofty apartment in Tokyo** "Taking in the smooth silky feeling and textures of 90’s Slow Jams and R&B music videos, ‘Stay Home’ converts these into submerse’s unique style of beats. Aiming to work as the soundtrack to urban scenes of life, whether you’re roaming the city streets at night or by just staying home and capturing these moments from a window. ‘Stay Home’ also ventures into footwork rhythms on a few occasions. While his first EP’s and his recently released debut album ‘Slow Waves’ dealt with nostalgia and exploring the city life of Tokyo, submerse has finally found a place to stay and call home."
**Includes download code** Sheela Rahman a.k.a. Xosar relinquishes her first LP of hypnotic analog techno to Black Opal. Well versed in analog hardware craft, Xosar is responsible for a string of acclaimed 12"s on Crème Organization, Rush Hour and L.I.E.S. over the last three years. 'Let Go' is her most substantial offering to date, presenting seven cuts of faded house and psychedelic techno according to a mystic agenda. They could be underground classics in an alternate uchronia where they didn't get digital until much later in their species' evolution, leaving this notional race raving to future prim… Read more
Finding themselves snowed in at their studio in Iceland - with no food or drink - BJ Nilsen and Stillippsteypa began to lose their grip on time, unsure whether they were sleeping for hours, days or even weeks at a time. To take their minds off the wretched situation, or at least to channel the experience into something worthwhile, they decided to do some recording: and so, pointing their most powerful microphones through the masses of snow, they sought out "any or little activity, whooshing noises, static bursts, buzzing melodies, even voices". Once the snow subsided and they were a… Read more
*New from Root Strata - a huge recommendation if you're into Pye Corner Audio, John Carpenter or early Depeche Mode* Perfectly realised homage to OG '80s VHS library music from Jared Blum as VisionHeat. Root Strata had the pleasure of picking out 19 pieces for 'The Chosen Themes - Program I', ranging from hi-NRG adrenalizers to ominous 'ludes and swanky electro-disco showcasing Blum's remarkable breadth of styles and a carefully assembled aesthetic wisely nodding to the likes of Carpenter/Howarth, Goblin's Claudio Simonetti, Klaus Schulze, Harold Faltemeyer and those othe… Read more
Zed Bias takes the safety off his Madd Again! project with Specialist Moss, Killa Benz and Trigga for the 3rd release on Manchester's Swing Ting label (ov the eponymous clubnight). Bashment is the flava, served on the bone with body-burning heat in three courses. The rugged heft of 'Badmindself' runs dancehall voodoo with auto-tuned vox laced to glute-shaking subs and crunching industrial drums, before 'Beg Nar Fren' starts up nice 'n sweet and turns nasty with airhorns, 'ardcore hi-hat shake and gully bass. Best of all, though, is 'Duggu', bringing fwd an acidic tang and bouncing soca d… Read more
**Wraparound artwork. Edition of 300. Massively recommended if you’re into Arca, TCF, Lotic, Total Freedom** We're over the moon to present the vinyl debut of Elysia Crampton with 'Moth / Lake' thru Boomkat Editions. Formerly known by the moniker, E + E, this single marks the first chapter of her Shenandoah series, "a concept work that explores Virginian American history and brownness beyond culture, as geology - as mud, dirt, and mineral." Breaking with the artist's highly influential and formerly sample-rich arrangements, the material on both sides is entirely, uniquely original. Wit… Read more
Neanna nails a hard-ass UK tribal sound with this killer refit of Nick Hook and Egyptian Lover. Shoulder-barging toms and frazzled bursts of claps are woven with scything synth stabs and natty electroid fills for a ruffneck taste of current London club styles.
Optimo pull out and edit some '88-'90 dancefloor peaches from legendary Aussie industrial unit, Severed Heads. The tuff and ecstatic proto-trance drive of 'Greater Reward' (1988) is given a 'Piano Power' edit by Optimo, riding killer kicks and flickering rimshots with slick keys and swarming tribal voices chopped at crucial points beside the original 12"'s irresistible dub mix. The more exotic, chattering tribalism of 'Big Car (Crash Dub)' (1990) conjures images of stomping, tanned and nearly-naked Goan revellers, while 'All Saints Day (Saints Day Dub)' swings to ruddy… Read more
*Andy Votel's Dead-Cert imprint returns with this genuinely mental instructional Birthing album - hearing is believing!* We've seen a lot of oddities reissued over the last few years, but few come close to capturing the bewildering brilliance of this bizarre instructional Birthing album recorded somewhere in Alaska in 1982 and resurfacing now on a first-ever vinyl pressing thanks to the supreme Ethnomusicological skills of Andy Votel and his Dead-Cert imprint. Utilising the ARP 2600, ARP Odyssey, Polymoog, harmonica/synthesiser interface, Eventide Omnipressor, Roland vocoder and genuinely biza… Read more
*Comes with a copy of the CD free inside* Jamie xx practises safe raving with his debut solo album proper, following a 2011 collaboration with Gil Scott-Heron and production as part of The xx. 'In Colour' posits Jamie as the pre-eminent posh soul boy, lifting and massaging inspiration from the rich heritage of late '80s + early '90s London dance culture and channelling it into a pop-ready format palatable to Radio 1 daytime tastes and festival soundtracks. The putative "soul" of rare groove, boogie, hardcore and early jungle is sucked out and spliced with vocals in feathere… Read more
Holly Herndon presents an incisive 3rd album of dance-pop deconstruction couched in heavy concepts relating to contemporary hyperreality for 4AD. Flanked by fellow modern artists such as Amnesia Scanner, Amanda DeBoer Bartlett, Spencer Longo and Mat Dryhurst, the Tennessee-raised, Berlin-skooled and San Francisco-based doctorate student has realised her most vivid, elaborate treatise on the surveillance state, systemic inequality and electronic fantasy with 'Platform'. Catalysed by the intention to create a new music which better represents our now non-linear temporality, she fractures th… Read more
Slackk's Sulk label hold down a killller EP from OG Slew Dem producer, JT The Goon. A producer of quality, not quantity - well, unless you're in his inner circle and loaded with dubs - JT serves a masterclass of instrumental grime economy with 'Goon Patrol', trimming back on overblown statements in favour of making every drum, stab and sparkling motif work sharp and deadly. His productions quite simply have a swagger that a lot of yungers haven't honed yet, from the shoulder-rolling syncopation and lazer-etched melodies of 'War' thru the searing yet buttoned-up balance of Maniac-like agg… Read more
**Adroit electronic reconstructions of "original 1930s field recordings" made in the Then Belgian Congo** "Peder Mannerfelt’s release for Archives Intérieures takes us back to Belgian Congo in the 1930's. This adventurous album finds its roots in a very obscure 78 rpm record, put together by Belgian filmmaker Armand Denis, who was one of the first Europeans to capture the incredible sounds of Central Congo. These recordings were published in 1950 as The Belgian Congo Records. Mannerfelt is an avid collector of African tribal music. When he came across this record he was immed… Read more
Now available on CD for the first time... Editions Mego's Spectrum Spools offshoot, curated by Emeralds' John Elliott, has brought us some right gems to date, but none hit the spot quite like Bee Mask's Canzoni Dal Laboratorio Del Silenzio Cosmico. Good folk that they are, the Spools are treating us to another album from the elusive American artist mere months later, and a double-LP at that. It's actually a selection of tracks culled from limited cassettes and CD-Rs released over 2003-10, personally chosen, "reimagined, reedited and remastered" by the artist himself, and, much like Mego… Read more
"Berlin-based composer Nils Frahm has fast become know as a prolific performer and recording artist with the piano at the core of his work. Piano Day is an official body created by Nils and his closest friends, and will house various exciting, piano-related projects. The first project revealed by the Piano Day team is the building of what will be world’s tallest piano: the Klavins 450. As the life-long dream of David Klavins, it even exceeds the currently largest upright piano there is, the Klavins M370. Situated in Germany, Tübingen, 1.8 tons in weight, 3.7 meters high, its longest strings are abou… Read more
**Reworked demos and new material by the original darkside Italo heroes. R.I.P. Vittorio Barozzi a.k.a. Victor Life. Hand-numbered gatefold edition of 500** "'The First And Second Side of the Mystic Synth' presents the last and long overdue work of the highly influential, enigmatic & near mythical Italo-Group Fockewulf 190. As Protagonists to the Dark Side of Italo Disco evolving and developing in the mid 80’s music-scene, they influenced countless newborn artists all over the globe. This newly recorded Studio-LP in combination with a re-work of the 1986-D… Read more
**Wraparound artwork. Edition of 300. Massively recommended if you’re into Arca, TCF, Lotic, Total Freedom** We're over the moon to present the vinyl debut of Elysia Crampton with 'Moth / Lake' thru Boomkat Editions. Formerly known by the moniker, E + E, this single marks the first chapter of her Shenandoah series, "a concept work that explores Virginian American history and brownness beyond culture, as geology - as mud, dirt, and mineral." Breaking with the artist's highly influential and formerly sample-rich arrangements, the material on both sides is entirely, uniquely original. With th… Read more
*Much needed reissue of this early computer music classic, recorded between 1977 and 1980 and one of the first albums to feature music produced almost entirely with digital synthesizers. Remastered from the original tapes and cut to vinyl at D&M Berlin - made in an edition of 700 copies only* Digitalis dig deep to unearth and reissue one of the first albums to be produced almost exclusively on digital synthesizers. The work of Canadian composer and video artist, Jean Piché, his densely layered and harmonically rich 'Heliograms' was pieced together between 1977-1980, inspired by the music of Ter… Read more
We find Wolfgang Voigt in his natural habitat amidst the sweeping, Gas-like ambient scenery of 'Rückverzauberung 10'. Written to commemorate the opening of German national park, Hunsrück-Hochwald, where the piece is played through loudspeakers to enchant the woodland and vice-versa, it gracefully unfurls just over an hour of deep forested strings and quietly intoxicating atonality in a reflection of the the wild, rolling landscape and its natural topography. From the elegiac appeal to the woodland cover art, it's arguably the closest you'll come to Voigt's template-set… Read more
**Gatefold slipcase with paste-on artwork, includes fold-out poster** "Marking the long-awaited return of echospace's intrusion project comes the second installment of reworks from the darkest depths of Detroit with cv313 . On this version cv313 exercises the art of space and bass, rewiring the studio to ensure the most unique results, unplugging and dissecting the original pieces into an infinite sonic collage, a near 60 minute intergalactic groove. An analog ocean of sonic dreams and obsolete machines. For all those who believe, from our minds to yours…."
*Ships Friday* Special request for Regis and Fis remixes of Akkord from Houndstooth. Last spotted on 'HTH035', these two sympathetic mixes correspond with the original's bloodied and brutalist sound design, with Fis absorbing and infusing a conflagration of 'Gravure' and 'Continuum' with rolling, windswept ambient motifs and turbulent hydro-electric charge reflecting the semi-industrial, semi-pastoral landscape of the 'Hayfield To New Mills' trip, whereas Regis carves the same cuts into a lurching, monolithic techno-stepper disciplined with the cranky Whip Hand of a maniacal Mill overse'er.
Delroy Edwards' L.A. Club Resource killin' it with Lil' Noid's Memphis Rap capsule, 'Paranoid Funk' (1995). Ripped from cassette for your pleasure, it's a prime example of the haunted, roadwise memphis sound by an original, influential affiliate of Three Six Mafia, pairing sh*t-scary beats by Blackout with Noid's febrile, meter-scaling raps to leave us feeling like we just hot-boxed in his Chevy with the speakers at tinnitus-inducing levels thanks to the production's sand-in-yo-ears saturation and bite. Essentially, this is the ruffneck Southern sound which would infect so much hip hop fr… Read more
*Limited edition marbled vinyl* ASC's Auxiliary imprint ventures into crackly, pastoral 'tronica with the debut output from Joe Synkro and Bering Strait's Kiyoko project. 'Sea Of Trees' is cleanly removed from Synkro's usual work, but does share an appreciation of space and atmospheric downbeats with his recent episode for Apollo. Working with Bering Straits' palette of acoustic instruments and analogue gear, plus dusty samples from old vinyl and an array of circuit bent toys, the result is a carefully, gauzily textured suite of autumnal electronica with tender similarities to the Lancashire man… Read more
**hand-stamped 12" with insert** Finnish industrial/techno/acid legend Kim Rapatti a.k.a. Mono Junk follows up on Skudge White with a dark and diverse four-tracker. While its predecessor, 'Untitled' (SKUDGE-W06) still sees a lot of play with us, this one offers seductive new thrills ranging from a white-flash of trancey brilliance in the chaotic modulations of A-side, 'Acid Marylou' and the crushing black hole of 'Sirens', while the flipside sounds more Tom of Finland than Kim, with strapping EBM bass and haughty claps for the rogues, plus a flighty old-skool techno charm.
*Second pressing with a new colour sleeve.* Mark Fell albums are like busses - you spend ages waiting for one, then two come at once. 'UL8' arrives just a couple of weeks after the fantastic 'Multistability' set for Raster Noton and, dare we say it, takes his sound even further into the outer reaches of glacial, rhythmic experimentation. With SND, Fell has tended to explore the hidden complexities of stripped rhythms, juxtaposing them with disorientating tones and digital noise - here this theme is taken to the next logical stage as his pounding percussive patterns transform slowly over their duration, f… Read more