Periodic orbits of a dynamic system related to a knot
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mark fell - Periodic orbits of a dynamic system related to a knot
Mark Fell is on a roll right now, and his latest offering is as conceptually considered and sonically visceral as we've come to expect. Periodic Orbits Of A Dynamic System Related To A LP consists of two 23-minute pieces (entitled simply 'This Side' and 'That Side') that riff on past material - including an outtake from his recent Multistability LP, a quadraphonic piece composed for the Supersimetria event in Barcelona earlier this year, live versions of previously released and unreleased tracks. Fell describes it as an "almost-live-album": it was entirely written, mixed and edited with MIDI, and features three modified '80s Yamaha presets; it also happens to contain some of his most accessible and melodic constructions to date. Few people are capable of bringing such depth and charisma to hardcore electronic music, and we can safely say that Periodic Orbits is essential tackle for fans of the brain-scrambling stuff.