Post Tagged with: "Venetian Snares"

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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Venetian Snares :: Your Face EP (Planet Mu)

Your Face is ineloquent, unstructured, crazy, obtuse, perverted. It’s a powerful spectacle of sound that’s debilitating and irritating all at once. Same old Venetian Snares then. Yep. Read the title of the first track on this EP (“Your Face When I Finally”) and ask “what does it mean?” Expectation? A listener in shock after their […]

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Venetian Snares :: Cubist Reggae EP (Planet Mu)

Cubist is an apt descriptor because the way the sounds are presented are analogous to the abstracted forms within cubist painting. Much like the rounded edges are turned to polygons and triangles within Picasso’s works, the vast delays are cut off before their natural ending and lazy back beats are pulled in closer. [Listen | […]

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MOVEMENT 2011 :: Detroit, Michigan

Movement had a staggering lineup up of some of the biggest DJ’s and live acts spread across five different stages in Hart Plaza. Trying to take in the entire festival would be almost impossible, so I spent a fair amount of time bouncing from stage to stage checking out a few tracks and moving on […]

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