Seven reworks of Fell's Sensate Focus releases which appeared on Editions Mego this year, the first of which '10' reworked an earlier collaboration with Terre Thaemlitz. As ever, Fell's productions have an incredibly hyperreal clarity, surgically knocking microrhythms against spine-tingling frequencies like a maestro.
28 November 2011
This artist is featured in Update #070:
Modeselektor, Roman Flügel, Four Tet, Joakim
Modeselektor are back! After four years spent with Moderat and setting up their own label the Berlin pranksters return with their eagerly awaited third album, 'Monkeytown'. Don't just stop reading there however, as September was ripe with many more fantastic more...
A recent visit by snd's Mark Fell to Vienna saw the Sheffield digital experimenter jam with Mego's Peter Rehberg. This fantastic first release sees jilted pistons of drums rotate around cranky chords and muffled radio in 'Kabu' and a slow build up of growling drones and frenetic radar beats in 'Zikir'. Ace.
This artist is featured in Update #044:
Essential 2010 Albums Now On Sale
We wish you an amazing 2011! To start the celebrations we have compiled 200 of our favourite albums of 2010 for our biggest ever New Year Sale! From today on until January 16 all selected albums will be available for a special price - including many of the more...
SND's Mark Fell releases a second album in freakishly close succession to his 'Multistability' album on Raster-Noton. This time his synthetic supervision is more brutally deconstructed, with raw pulses and rough analog edges making his electronic abstractions deliciously gritty. Mighty.
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Magda, Martyn, Modeselektor
Compilations have been the big thing this November, and no matter whether your poison's techno, dubstep, juke, or hip-hop, this month had something in store for you: Ostgut Ton's 'Fünf', Modeselektor's 'Modeselektion', Ghettophiles 'Overkill' and Listen Up's more...
Half of experimental electronic duo SND, Mark Fell releases this solo album inspired by the concept of 'Multistability' taken from Gestalt theory. The result is extremely lusciously engineered synthetic sounds, explored in vast yet minimal rhythmical labyrinths, hugely enjoyable headf*ck extraordinaire!
A release of this artist is recommended by De:Bug:
Germany's inimitable magazine for music, media, culture and self discipline, De:Bug, presents one selected album for a special price each month. Cristian Vogel likes it up close when it comes to his fan base. It might not be the largest under the rave-sun, but what it lacks in size it makes more...