Boomkat Product Review:
We were wondering when this one would make a re-appearance, and here it finally is - for our money Jan Jelinek's best, and least-known album.
Originally released by Move D's much missed Source imprint back in 1999, 'Personal Rock' is one of those albums that no one seems to ever talk about but which has resonated over the years with anyone lucky enough to have crossed paths with it. Situated somewhere between Jelinek's much loved 'Loop-Finding Jazz Records', Farben, Move D's Conjoint project and Atom Heart's most immersive work for Rather Interesting, it's a late night album full of subtle production tricks and melodic House structures that belong to the pre-millenial IDM heyday, but which transcend its overly-masculine templates.
If you've never heard it, and are a fan of any of the above - we urge you to check it out.