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CHEVEL // One Month Off [SA022] 12 "

CHEVEL // One Month Off [SA022] 12 "

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Label led by Lucy, a techno writer in Berlin, GermanyStroboscopic Artefacts are in stock.

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Stroboscopic Artefacts:

"'One Month Off'is an EP built around the abstract themes of construction, starting with demolition and ending on perspective. Opening track'One Month Off' combines a warm thump with skittering percussion.'The Wall', next up, is perhaps misleadingly a 'Marker Shop' is fourth up, uniting disparate urges and glorious moods. The beat is uncomfortable, and repeatedly gives.'Cave Dwellings' is a more organic construct, building from the traditional basics of a kick drum and hi hat. the way. The record closes on'Viewpoint', a piece of warmer perspective. It is not, however, a calm scene: in many ways this is a view of something more unsettled than what has come before. It is both jungular and industrial, an uncompromising marriage of nature and noise. "

Artist: CHEVEL

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts

Label led by Lucy, a techno writer in Berlin, GermanyStroboscopic Artefacts are in stock.

Labels and other worksthis /// Click here to see more Stroboscopic Artefacts releases available at Tobira. 

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Stroboscopic Artefacts:

"'One Month Off'is an EP built around the abstract themes of construction, starting with demolition and ending on perspective. Opening track'One Month Off' combines a warm thump with skittering percussion.'The Wall', next up, is perhaps misleadingly a 'Marker Shop' is fourth up, uniting disparate urges and glorious moods. The beat is uncomfortable, and repeatedly gives.'Cave Dwellings' is a more organic construct, building from the traditional basics of a kick drum and hi hat. the way. The record closes on'Viewpoint', a piece of warmer perspective. It is not, however, a calm scene: in many ways this is a view of something more unsettled than what has come before. It is both jungular and industrial, an uncompromising marriage of nature and noise. "

Artist: CHEVEL

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts