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Lomovolokno / Sieren - Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4

Lomovolokno / Sieren Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4

Vinyl 12"
EU – Original
Neuware
Playlist
A1 Lomovolokno - Rope
A2 Lomovolokno - Eena
A3 Lomovolokno - Array
A4 Lomovolokno - Cutout
A5 Lomovolokno - Sirius (Digital Bonus)
B1 Sieren - Break of Dawn
B2 Sieren - Tangled
B3 Sieren - Believe
B4 Sieren - Gleaming Lights (Digital Bonus)
B5 Sieren - Blue Memories (Digital Bonus)
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Lomovolokno / Sieren - Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4
Lomovolokno / Sieren - Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4
Lomovolokno / Sieren - Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4
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Artist Lomovolokno / Sieren
Titel Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4
Label Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Katalog-Nr PMC106
Format 12", Vinyl, Singles
Pressung EU – Original
Release Date 2013
Genre Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Style Downbeat / Electronica / Leftfield, Instrumental Hip Hop
Erhältlich seit 14.02.2013
Artikel-Nr 303132
Zustand Neuware
Verfügbarkeit Ausverkauft
Preis 9,95 €
Gewicht 250g (plus 250g Verpackung)
Lomovolokno / Sieren - Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4
Project: Mooncircle & Finest Ego have teamed up to establish a fresh new 12” producer series, entitled “Faces”. On every edition, you will find two different producers. Respectively, each producer will have their own record-side and unique cover artwork by the aspiring Bioniq, known for his surrealistic portraits, blending humans and technology.

On our fourth “Faces” edition we are featuring the two ascending artists Lomovolokno and Sieren, presumably the two most unknown so far. Originally hailing from Krasnodar, Russia and Bielefeld, Germany, one was inspired by naive childhood memories of imaginative creatures seen floating in the nighttime sky, while the other looks into an uncertain future that holds the anxiety of a fresh start but also the ever present risk of failure. The artwork takes these motifs and implements them in a vision of technological enhancements of human capacities and evolvement, forming a futuristic symbiosis that enables for synaesthetic senses heightened to an subatomic degree. But it is unsure, however, if these augmentations can actually expand our human experience or rather amplify our solitary existence and emotional void while traveling across fantastic worlds and the universal vacuum filling the space between.

Krasnodar, Russia: In the midst of grey soviet housing projects, a young boy enjoys playing and improvising his first little melodies on his parents piano. Always being inspired by the nature nearby the city - memories of peaceful springtime swimming sessions in the Black Sea come to mind – Lomovolokno grows up fascinated by machinery like samplers and the rapidly increasing possibilities of modern computers. Delving deeply into twisting melodies, building sounds and crossing notes leads his way to first field recordings resulting in an influx of elements ranging from waves of the sea, the wind, sand, crackling noises, banging and rustling becoming a part of his sound.

Sieren is the maiden name of Matthias Frick’s mother and also his current alias under which he started to release his first free tracks in 2011. Rumor has it that he has a dark secret history of producing experimental techno, albeit his love for UK influenced bass music existed for more than one handful of years. It was not until recently that he began to make the most of his love for field recording and experimental soundscaping and is now throwing his full force into music, while simultaneously finishing a university degree in computer science and design before moving from small town to métropole to follow a new set of challenges and advance to the next stage of his life.

Bioniq is an artwork designer, DJ and producer from St. Petersburg in cold Russia and Project: Mooncircle's special KGB agent. With his drawings he aims to create new horizons on paper and draws inspiration from historic tales, events of the present age but also possibilities the future might hold.
Project: Mooncircle / hhv.de
Berlin-based label Project: Mooncircle is an official label from hhv.de. It was founded in 2002 by Gordon Gieseking and is specializing in the conjunction between electronic and organic music. Being interested in music from his earliest childhood on, it eventually became more than just a passion to him. The label, at first envisaged as a compilation project only, found the perfect partner with Thomas Ulrich and his mail-order hhv.de in 2004, later being joined by Jinna Morocha from Moscow. This led the way for the first instrumental and vocal solo releases by such artists as Mr Cooper, 40 Winks, CYNE, Jahbitat, John Robinson, MF Doom, Lambent, Lewis Parker, Non of Shadowhuntaz, Graciela Maria, Strand, Robot Koch, Pavel Dovgal, Ta-Ku, Mika Gao, Onra, Obba Supa, fLako, Sina., 1000 Names, DZA, Krts, Long Arm or Glen Porter. In 2009 the sub-label Project: Squared, run by Paul Cooper and Peter Schachmann, two long-standing companions and co-workers, was founded. Project: Squared releases mainly Dubstep and Techno 12” records from such artists as Asusu, Furesshu, AnD, L-OW, Tom Diccico, Shifted and others. Another sub-label, Finest Ego, was added in 2010. Run by Malte Tarnow, its aim is to consolidate the versatility of instrumental beats, glitch or wonky and anything in between or beyond. The outcome are compilations with such producers as Daisuke Tanabe, Isaac Aesili, Om Unit, Lapalux, RLP, ichiro_, Himuro Yoshiteru, Pixelord, Monky, Christoph El Truento, and various others. The work of illustrators and graphic designers such as Bioniq, Dan May, Iain McArthur, Ima One, LNY, Gordon, 44 Flavours, La Mano Fria, and The Binh create images that accompany the acoustic spaces. Project: Mooncircle with its various producers & vocalist shall be an interesting experience for anyone looking for the extraordinary.

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Review
Björn Bischoff, 27.03.2013

Natürlich ist da ein Bruch. Ziemlich genau nach fünf Tracks. Doch trotzdem fühlt sich der vierte Teil der »Faces«-Reihe unglaublich rund und atmosphärisch an. Die erste Hälfte bestreitet Producer Lomovolokno, einer der noch unbekannteren Teile des Berliner Labels Project: Mooncircle. »Array« würde auf jeder Platte von Gonjasufi seinen Platz finden, während »Eena« ein Sample über eine karge Landschaft aus Rhythmus trägt, die ein paar Synthies noch aufhübschen. Gerade die ersten Tracks bringen eine beklemmende und wunderschöne Atmosphäre zum Ausdruck, dass »Sirius« spätestens einem die Tränen in die Augen treibt. Dann übernimmt Siren und die Räume weiten sich, die Stimmung hellt auf. »Tangled« pulsiert vor sich hin, verbindet Wonky mit abstraktem House und Downtempo. »Blue Memories« dagegen kommt treibender, obwohl der Track sich fast selbst auflöst. »Finest Ego: Faces 12" Series Volume 4« führt zwei Producer zusammen, die für sich genommen ziemlich unterschiedlich sein mögen, doch auf dieser Platte passt das. Die Enge löst sich zunehmend auf. Und der Bruch nach fünf Tracks schließt sich mit jedem Durchlauf mehr. Lomovolokno und Sieren fügen hier Melodien zusammen, die sich sehnsüchtig selbst beschwören. Wer es von vornherein weiß, hört den Bruch in der Mitte. Der eigentliche Bruch aber setzt nach zehn Tracks ein. Dann, wenn die Stille wieder um sich greift und Tracks wie »Array« und »Believe« unter dieser Lawine aus Nichts begraben liegen.

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