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Apparat - Multifunktionsebene / Tttrial And Error / Duplex
Multifunktionsebene / Tttrial And Error / Duplex
3LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shitkatapult)
29,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shitkatapult reissues the first three Apparat albums from 2001 to 2003 in a specially designed box set. Hardly any other musician at the interface between electronic and pop is as greatly cherished and passionately admired as Berlin-based Apparat. He merges the inexhaustible sound worlds of electronic music with the emotional depth of Indie. He makes music to rock out to and to drift away, to sing along to and to dive into. With Moderat, his collaboration with Modeselektor, he has commanded the festival stages over the past several years.
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Apparat - The Devil's Walk
The Devil's Walk
CD | 2011 | EU | Original (Mute)
14,99 €*
Release:2011 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If you’ve placed a finger on the pulse of electronic music at any point over the last five years, it’s safe to say you’ll have encountered Apparat in one form or another. Sascha Ring, the Berlin artist who records under that name, has been a restless force in contemporary electronic music for a decade. In that time he’s released three acclaimed Apparat albums – the fourth, The Devil’s Walk, arrives in the autumn of 2011!
Apparat - DJ-Kicks
CD | 2010 | EU | Original (!K7)
16,99 €*
Release:2010 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Apparat contribution is as stylized as the preceding mixes in the series from Kode 9 and James Holden; with Ring embracing the opportunity to create a mix that represents both his personality and his brave take on 'club' music. With an incredibly prevalent talent for manipulation of both tempos and melodies, Ring includes tracks from a handful of dubstep producers like Dutch producer Martyn - whose 'Miniluv' provides a glorious rhythmic propulsion when under-layed beneath Patrice Baumel's 'Sub' - and Ramadanman's 'Tempest' - whose melody all but dissipates at the optimum moment - layering and blending them perfectly with tracks from across an array of genres from Autechre's percussive white noise to Oval's erratically colourful sound slices or the echoed clicks of Phon.o's 'Intervall'.
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