Post Tagged with: "Joseph Fraioli"

Datach’i :: Machine intelligence and Monarch butterflies

Gabriel Weinstock caught up with Joseph Fraioli (aka Datach’i) and was able to speak to him about his new album System, the Eurorack modular format he used exclusively to record it, machine intelligence, monarch butterflies, and his inspirations in this feature. System—an oddly comforting listen from start to finish Datach’i‘s eagerly awaited new release System is […]

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Datach’i :: The Elements (Sublight, CD)

(08.22.05) Datach’i (Joseph Fraioli) starts his new album The Elements with a track, “Musket Iron,” that was foreshadowed by his recent live sets. His consistently scattered yet accessible breaks are now accompanied by more classical timbres like strings and flutes. Not unlike Aphex Twin on the Richard D James album, it’s again proven that splatter-breaks […]

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Datach’i :: Mmale & Ffemale (Planet-Mu, CD)

Datachi’s new album, Mmale & Ffemale, is like trying to get from one side of a crowded room to the other so you can finally say something to the girl you’ve been sweating for, before she gets to the door. There is a well-defined space but it ebbs and flows like a crowd. There’s a […]

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