Post Tagged with: "Frak"

Geistform :: Señales EP (Femur)

The coarse and calculated sequences of the industrial are omnipresent on the EP, as is an experimentation with modular synthesis and expectations of electronica. Espinosa investigates a bleakness and brutality that is usually ignored, a sound where man has fallen and redemption will not be granted. Frak and Celldöd were Femur’s first vinyl steps, the […]

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Femur :: Electronic down to its bones

Based on the strength of these first two 12”s (by Frak and Celldöd), a new, interesting, and forward looking label has just been established here in Spain and one, which I have no doubt, will be a success. Femur. After five years of running a club night, after a compilation on Clasicos Del Ruidos, after enough […]

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Gavin Russom / Bruno Belluomini :: Double review (Lux Rec./MRT)

Lux is exploring some of the darker elements of electronic music at the moment. Moody Sunday misery, the anxieties of the unwanted, the raw horror of routine. These latest 12”s employ sounds of the past but are fresh and new in their audio commentary. Menacing music that will make a deep and worrying impression on […]

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Frak :: Primitive Drums (Lux Rec)

“Frak is someone who never disappoints. It is not just one record, or their music, but the attitude of the group and the label, Borft, that’s very attractive.” The writing was on the wall for a Frak release on Lux Rec for some time, with Cosmo and Faber singing the praises of the Swedish three […]

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Keeping time with Börft Records

Börft is one of the premiere platforms for out-there and interesting electronics. Some twenty five years since its first release and still singing to its own tune, fair play. In the last two years Börft Records has skyrocketed. The Swedish label has grown and grown. New talent, established names, fresh sounds and an ever expanding […]

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Monster Apparat & Soundlego :: Double review (Kernkrach)

Contemporary Synth Music par excellence. A mixed assortment of music is always guaranteed when Kernkrach is involved. Synth wave is always at the core of the imprint but the wealth of variety is incredible. The German label has not disappointed with its spread of styles with its latest. Monster Apparat are the team of Daniel […]

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ROBBIE GEOGHEGAN :: Removed. Mix

Vinyl records are a bastard to move. There’s no bones about it. People may love it as a format, but lugging it is tantamount to hauling coal. The decision to move my records, once again, wasn’t taken lightly. In 2012 I moved around five hundred of them back to Ireland from Scotland, whilst I moved […]

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PSYCHIC MALMÖ :: Swedish synthesizer soothsayers

Psychic Malmö is a label that crosses the divide between acoustic and electric, and the boundaries of the label. The scourge of Sweden continues. Scandanavia is not just making a mark on the circuit box scene, it is eclipsing many established electronics nations. Psychic Malmö is a label that crosses the divide between acoustic and […]

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BÖRFT RECORDS :: Igloo Mix

Igloo Magazine is proud to present an eclectic mix of electronics from two of the champions of Börft Records. Jan Svensson (Frak) and Johan Sturesson (Kord, Frak) have come together over two turntables to bring you a very special collection of Electro, Minimal Synth, House, Italo and all in between. From the cold streets of […]

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Subterranean Sweden :: Börft Records

Börft is a treasure trove of music. The label, almost thirty years old, has evolved parallel to Electronic music. No style is left unturned from a roster of small name artists with bold sound statements. An excellent and experienced imprint that caters for all electronically minded folk. ONE of the most wondrous things about Electronic […]

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Frak :: Muzika Electronic (Digitalis Industries)

That generic sounding yet particularly apt title is a cover for an album that serves up everything from vocoder-laced electro-pop to radiophonic workshop tinkerings, further reinforced by an array of unusual, almost extraterrestrial elements that are then sewn together to form the humanoid Frankenstein’s monster that is Muzika Electronic. [Release page] Brad Rose clearly has […]

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