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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HD is a positive coup for Raster-Noton, one that extends the ethos of the label in unexpected directions thanks to the diversity of Uwe Schmidt. It is serious, fun, political, reverential, minimal and brash all in a taut forty-three minutes. It takes a seriously dedicated fan of the frighteningly prolific and diverse Uwe Schmidt to […]