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Showing posts with label BPitch Control. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BPitch Control. Show all posts

Saturday, 14 March 2009

Delayed reaction


Fascinating, schizophrenic, fecund: in at least as many guises as Martin Juhl, Sasu Ripatti continues to scrape & click & blur & wash his way through an astounding, outstanding body of work - so rich & endlessly interesting his involvement even redeems AGF/Delay's post-pop... 

Ahead of the Moritz von Oswald Trio LP (Sasu on drums as Vladislav Delay) - now due in June, apparently, & a shoo-in for LMYE album of the year [er, if we had one] - a few tastes: 

Vladislav Delay > Lumi (from Whistleblower, Huume/Intelligent Toys 4, Sutemos)
                                > Ramaat (from Multila, Huume re-release)
                                > Ele (from Ele, Sigma Editions)
                                > The First Quarter (from The Four Quarters, Huume)
                                > I Saw a Polysexual (from Whistleblower, Huume)


                      > From Morning On (from Explode, AGF Producktion/Intelligent Toys 5, Sutemos) 

Top photo by Jan Albert Vroegop; bottom photo by Allert Aalders



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Wednesday, 21 January 2009

In stillem Gedenken



Courtesy of Berlin's fine zero", a Modeselektor giveaway: the Modes' brand of kitchen-sink techno can be a bit cartoon-ish - to these ears, at least - but their encounters with Radiohead's Thom Yorke were quite tasty, as was Godspeed (the intense first track from Happy Birthday)

For a scraping, whirring, almost ambient Mode, go here for a free download of the lovely  valedictory In Loving Memory (from the eponymous EP & Hello Mom!); enter the code 5801248655406313 [use by January 30; registration may be required]. 

zero" Last.FM group for more goodies...



Also in BPitch Control territory, the best track from Telefon Tel Aviv's imminent Immolate Yourself to penetrate LMYE consciousness so far: the ravishing The Birds

Update: striking, defiant TTA commentary on Immolate here (NB: both Birds & Helen of Troy are BPitch-sanctioned giveaways). 



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