Boomkat Product Review:
Gábor Lázár, Pye Corner Audio, Karen Gwyer, Telefon Tel Aviv, Steve Hauschildt and many more appear in this wide-Reaching compilation of ambient/electronica and mutant techno on Barcelona’s Lapsus Records
Marking the label;’s 15th anniversary with 15 songs, ‘Quinze’ tours the modern electronic zeitgeist from light-headed modern classical ambience in ‘Ecce Reverie’ by Steve Hauschildt, thru to the optimistic piomp of ‘Mahler’s Heartbeat’ from Karen Gwyer, the heartsore IDM-pop of Telefon Tel Aviv, signature minimalist rave graffitti from Gábor Lázár, and crafty audness from Rrucculla in the splayed chromatic ditty ‘Hielo Hielo’.
"QUINZE" -"fifteen" in Catalan- is the title of the new release from Barcelona’s Lapsus Records. Lapsus celebrates its fifteenth anniversary with the launch of a new compilation comprised of today’s most compelling, experimental and ground-breaking electronic music. Fifteen unreleased songs from artists that best define the Lapsus sound: Attraktta, Chevel, Gábor Lázár, Gacha Bakradze, Johanna Knutsson, Karen Gwyer, Leif, Machine Woman, Patricia, Pye Corner Audio, RRUCCULLA, Steve Hauschildt, Telefon Tel Aviv, The Belgium and Ylia. "QUINZE" will be released in late February and two different versions will be available: A standard double LP edition; and a collector's edition LP packaged inside a bespoke cement case of which only fifteen units will be manufactured."