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SKY H1 - Motion Repress
Motion Repress
LP | EU | Reissue (PAN x Codes)
12,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Blinding first volley of ambient grime feels by Belgium’s Sky H1, crystallising one of 2016’s most striking entries with Motion for Bill Kouligas and Visionist's PAN X Codes imprint.If you’ve had an ear to PAN's recent NTS shows or frequent the likes of Berlin’s Creamcake or London’s Bala Club, it’s possible that you’ve at least seen her name, if not been wowed by Air - a pensile, elegiac wonder rent in noctilucent chorals and arcing Autechrian pads - which heads and opens up the emotional floodgates of Sky H1’s debut EP.With a vaporous construction inversely proportional to its emotional gravity, Air outlines a sense of melancholic catharsis mutual to music by Elysia Crampton, Visionist or Holy Other; expressing a struggle between states of melancholy and joy that stem from a personally turbulent period which perfuses the rest of the record.Where many other producers are currently playing out hyper-violent beat-em-up scenarios, the more reserved Motion indulges a plangent lushness to aching affect; oscillating nervous percussion and agonised choral cadence in Hybrid with glassy soft and weightless chimes in Night/Fall/Dream imbued with the pink rawness of freshly picked scab skin, before she finds an impish sort of rave diva spirit in Tell Me, and the final couplet, Land and Think I Am beautifully nail a sort of R&B blessed with baroque posture and ambient aura.It’s all inarguably up there with the best, most addictive new music we’ve heard in 2016, and hugely recommended if you know what’s good.
Ling - Attachment EP
Attachment EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (PAN x Codes)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
LING releases his debut EP on PAN & Visionist’s CODES label.‘Attachment’ is a data-centric collection built from field and browser recordings, loosely exploring the themes of habitual mental tendencies. “The idea that taking an instinctual interpretation of information potentially warps and distorts reality. If data triggers internal responses, it risks following a predetermined path that can stray from reality.”The heavily processed sample material re-explores recordings collected from over the last 4 years. Reconstructed within sound collages across the record, they strive to find an independent voice but at times back away in order to grapple something else. Merging explorative futurist sounds, Ling’s glacial and at times glitchy constructions feature fleeting snippets of differing vocals or malfunctioning machines, whilst dipping into tentative, broken melodies. Loose references to UK culture and contemporary sounds are restructured, offering moments of something teasingly familiar before withdrawing into abstraction.The EP was made in summer 2015 in Liverpool, mixed by Chris Pawlusek, mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy, and features artwork by PWR Studio & Bill Kouligas with additional art by James Whipple
Acre / Filter Dread - Interference
Acre / Filter Dread
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (PAN x Codes)
12,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Visionist resets his Lost Codes imprint as a new PAN sublabel, Codes, with a killer, collaborative grime/techno collage by Acre and Filter Dread.Marking the first time either producer has collaborated properly, they prove a vital pairing in equilibrium between industrial techno engines, body-scanning UK bass tones and gritty, diffuse urban-gothic atmosphere.Upfront, ‘Drumz34’ burrows in with viral 8-bit squiggle and squashed subs before ‘Flash Speed’ arches up a skeletal, mutant 8-bar onslaught and ‘Trashed’ bruks out the toms on a swooping halfstep techno flex.Down below, they come with a fiercely darkside droog raver called ‘Life’, whipping reversed drums, bass and mentasms with very canny Wendy Carlos vibe, whilst ‘Unknown’ deals in guttural, monotone functions, and ‘Blood Artist’ pulls coarse lo-fi drums and electronics into sharp focus on an elegantly wasted sino-garage skip.
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