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Lucy // Peeling [SA028] 12 "

Lucy // Peeling [SA028] 12 "

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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:

"Whereas many electronic producers aim at being the most prolific in their genre, or the most extreme, Lucy and Rrose have wisely chosen to be the most consistently curiosity-provoking representatives of their craft. Their decision to team up as a production duo for the newest Stroboscopic Artefacts EP may have seemed inevitable, given their shared responsibility for shifting techno's focus towards the facilitation of profound psycho-acoustic effects. And yet, even those who saw this coming will still be in for a wild ride.
Lucy's skill as a studio technician – displayed capably over his trilogy of full-length albums – has always been enhanced by his skill as a storyteller and as an artist with reverence towards myths and the pull of the unknown. This sonic personality is a perfect complement. to the scientific severity of Rrose, for whom the electronic pulse beat and subsonic massage permit entry to a febrile psychic landscape whose contents are never entirely what the individual listener might expect or be prepared for.
As such, the opening “Chloroform” is a somewhat ironic title for a piece that. As such, the opening “Chloroform” is a somewhat ironic title for a piece that. is anything is anything but anesthetic: at high volumes, its monstrous low-end surge and prickly, scintillating sonic ephemera are very likely to bring attention to otherwise imperceptible phenomena. from seemingly unstable deep-bass loops, injections of intentional surface noise, and pitch-shifted / harmonizer-effected phantom phrases.
“Stained Glass,” maybe the most straight-ahead piece on the record, is still a potentiometer distortion of the mundane primed with shivering bell tones, tamed feedback and hints of speaker cones fraying. harmonics whose time-dissolving ability nods to the works of composers like Charlemagne Palestine or Eliane Radigue, without being a pure homage to either. The undertow of distortion beneath the glistening tone waves, in particular, provides a distinct update to the legacy of so- called tonal'minimalism'.
The end result here is a record that feels uncannily lifelike: an organism that always seems on the verge of a heuristic breakthrough, and whose full potential may not even be known by its creators.
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Artist: Lucy

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts

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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. 

----------------------------

Stroboscopic Artefacts:

"Whereas many electronic producers aim at being the most prolific in their genre, or the most extreme, Lucy and Rrose have wisely chosen to be the most consistently curiosity-provoking representatives of their craft. Their decision to team up as a production duo for the newest Stroboscopic Artefacts EP may have seemed inevitable, given their shared responsibility for shifting techno's focus towards the facilitation of profound psycho-acoustic effects. And yet, even those who saw this coming will still be in for a wild ride.
Lucy's skill as a studio technician – displayed capably over his trilogy of full-length albums – has always been enhanced by his skill as a storyteller and as an artist with reverence towards myths and the pull of the unknown. This sonic personality is a perfect complement. to the scientific severity of Rrose, for whom the electronic pulse beat and subsonic massage permit entry to a febrile psychic landscape whose contents are never entirely what the individual listener might expect or be prepared for.
As such, the opening “Chloroform” is a somewhat ironic title for a piece that. As such, the opening “Chloroform” is a somewhat ironic title for a piece that. is anything is anything but anesthetic: at high volumes, its monstrous low-end surge and prickly, scintillating sonic ephemera are very likely to bring attention to otherwise imperceptible phenomena. from seemingly unstable deep-bass loops, injections of intentional surface noise, and pitch-shifted / harmonizer-effected phantom phrases.
“Stained Glass,” maybe the most straight-ahead piece on the record, is still a potentiometer distortion of the mundane primed with shivering bell tones, tamed feedback and hints of speaker cones fraying. harmonics whose time-dissolving ability nods to the works of composers like Charlemagne Palestine or Eliane Radigue, without being a pure homage to either. The undertow of distortion beneath the glistening tone waves, in particular, provides a distinct update to the legacy of so- called tonal'minimalism'.
The end result here is a record that feels uncannily lifelike: an organism that always seems on the verge of a heuristic breakthrough, and whose full potential may not even be known by its creators.
 "

Artist: Lucy

Label: Label: Stroboscopic Artefacts