Post Tagged with: "Robert Lippok"

V/A :: Source Book 1 (Raster-Noton)

The markers that identify the boundaries of the label’s surface area — techno, ambient, musiqué concrete — are on display, and the terrain inside them is mapped and signposted with the selection of twelve tracks spanning the last twenty years of releases. Raster-Noton have, in their own words, always tried to be more than a […]

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Touched 3 :: Macmillan Cancer Benefit Compilation (Touched Music)

Planet Earth’s largest electronic music benefit compilation Touched 3 featuring 4 17 songs and over five gigabytes is available now! Touched 3 Touched 3 is the last compilation out by Touched Music benefiting Macmillan Cancer Support. At 417 songs, over five gigabytes and a mere £15 there’s something for every lover of electronic music on this comp. […]

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Christina Vantzou :: No. 1 DVD & Remixes (The Numbered Series)

Subjecting such a frugal piece to deconstruction by remixers is unexpected, though Vantzou certainly has enlisted an impressive roster. All show the original great respect by exercising vivid imagination under the same tight leash of restraint. Artist and musician Christina Vantzou released No. 1 on Kranky in October of 2011 and shortly thereafter, released this […]

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Robert Lippok :: Redsuperstructure (Raster-Noton)

Working more like character studies of the individual sounds therein than “songs” with structures and interrelated parts. This is a subtle distinction, much easier heard than explained—most of the tracks (pieces? it’s ambiguous) on Redsuperstructure do have “parts” or “sections,” in which musical variables such as timbre or the sounds themselves are added, taken away, […]

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