Scanner :: The Great Crater (Glacial Movements)

Mostly articulated around textures, The Great Crater also contains timbral experimentations, subtly droning flux and micro modulations.

Active since the early 90s, Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner) has made a name in the world of minimal electronic music, intelligent dance music and reticular sound design. The albums published on Sub Rosa stand as important releases in abstract sound art. This artist and sound architect has been extremely prolific during his career. Titled The Great Crater, his new album is signed on the Italy-based label Glacial Movements. Founded by Alessandro Tedeschi, this label has published notorious acts such as Rapoon, Loscil or Francisco Lopez.

Loyal to its aesthetic and visual component, the artwork of this new release is intentionally focused on vast, open, pure, empty spaces, and minimal landscaping lines. It beautifully illustrates the suspenseful sound sculptures offered in this album. Mostly articulated around textures, The Great Crater also contains timbral experimentations, subtly droning flux and micro modulations. It certainly represents the most accessible and most meditative facet of Rimbaud’s musical production. A slow moving, sonic and fine organic ambient release for your inner voyage!

The Great Crater is available on Glacial Movements.


Video by: Uršula Berlot & Sunčana Kuljiš Gaillo

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