Post Tagged with: "Skanfrom"

Bauri :: Vinkelvolten EP (Firescope)

A sound that many have forgotten but one that deserves to be heard, a style that had little pretense and would inspire modern acts like Kettel or EOD. Firescope gazing back to find Bauri at his vintage best. Nostalgia can be dangerous. The swoon for the past, candied memories of a bygone time. Nostalgia is […]

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SKANFROM :: Back from the Blip-Bleep Brink (Interview & Mix)

Igloo Magazine has been lucky enough not only to ask the German producer some questions but are delighted to bring to your ears a very special mix of “some old favorites” by Semsroth himself. Interview by Robbie Geoghegan. With Roger Semsroth, aka Sleeparchive, having just released his first Skanfrom album for more than a decade, […]

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Skanfrom :: Postcards (Suction)

Minimal and stark in one breath, lush and inviting in the next. Crisp percussion thawed with lovingly constructed machine melodies. Perhaps I shouldn’t have agreed to review Skanfrom’s new album. Why? Well, I fear that an unbiased opinion of this lesser known moniker was never going to fall from my hand. I say lesser known […]

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Aloa / Roladex :: Double review (Medical)

The new year is here. Resolutions bandied about, liked and retweeted. But some old habits can be hard to break, and others shouldn’t be. Medical Records is keeping an old habit alive, that of double releases; and few would say there’s anything wrong with that. Aloa were the German duo of Al Kanz and Matthias […]

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Bakterielle Infektion & Television Set :: Double review (Genetic Music)

Semsroth has created turmoil filled synthscapes haunted by the vocals, and vocoders, of Uwe Marx. Under his Television Set moniker he has produced catchy melodies swaddled in melancholy. In from school. Great stuff, those records from Pelicanneck have arrived. Couple from Gescom, Plaid’s Booc and a split 12” on A.D.S.R.. First side Skanfrom, second Bakterielle Infektion. […]

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