Post Tagged with: "Robin Rimbaud"

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 […]

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Scanner :: Colofon & Compendium 1991-1994 (Sub Rosa)

Lone explorer of this terra—or rather aether incognita back then, Colofon & Compendium consists of sketches and “thinking processes” undertaken in the early nineties and have not been heard before, linked by short pieces originally commissioned for a Mowax compilation but never included and three singles. There is, believe it or not, an actual “Singularity University” […]

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Scanner + David Rothenberg :: You Can’t Get There from Here (Monotype)

The project has taken shape over three years and that patience and craftsmanship is reflected in the final result. Not a sour note. Housed in a very attractive cover with ghosted title over a cover image that is either disturbing or very amusing. Robin Rimbaud is so busy that I get exhausted just reading his […]

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