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Peder Mannerfelt Electronic & Dance 6 Artikel

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Peder Mannerfelt - Life Without Friction
Peder Mannerfelt
Life Without Friction
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Seilscheibenpfeiler)
12,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The second 2019 release on Seilscheibenpfeiler is reserved for one of the most unique producers of our times and marks the label’s most experimental moment yet. Peder Mannerfelt’s discography stretches back more than ten years to when he first started putting out techno records as The Subliminal Kid. Amongst other things he helped producing two acclaimed albums by fellow Swedish artists Fever Ray and gained recognition under his real name, especially in recent years with releases for Numbers. or Hinge Finger and critically acclaimed albums like „Controlling Body“ (2016) or „Daily Routine“ (2018) on his own imprint.
Last year Mannerfelt contributed to Modeselektion Vol. 4, now he’s back with a set of four tracks following his unique strain of abstract techno. „Life Without Friction“ is about disruption as well as peculiar moods and rhythms, and other than its title may suggest, there’s a lot of friction and tenseness in these tracks. The title cut and „Un - Air“ show Mannerfelt in almost straightforward mode, always ensuring it never gets boring or too comfortable. „Lucid In The Sky“ and „Hold The Line“ combine mellow sounds with stabs of noise and twisted percussion. As always, Peder Mannerfelt’s productions remain unpredictable, but predictably great.
Peder Mannerfelt - Daily Routine
Peder Mannerfelt
Daily Routine
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Peder Mannerfelt)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Peder Mannerfelt plays into the widest angles of his “power ambient” sound on ‘Daily Routine’, a killer study into the way rave music intersects domestic life. The 10 tracks range from decade-old productions to hyper new cut-ups of his brothers' records bought in London in summer ’88, but all betray an increasing embrace of complexity and layered, asymmetric design that will keep his ever-growing mob of followers fascinated at every turn.
Peder Mannerfelt - Transmission From A Drainpipe
Peder Mannerfelt - Equality Now
Peder Mannerfelt
Equality Now
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Numbers)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Three Track 12” Vinyl Screen Printed Sleeve
Peder Mannerfelt - Black Holes, Or How We Lost Solidarity
Peder Mannerfelt
Black Holes, Or How We Lost Solidarity
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Hinge Finger)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Here comes some new material from Peder Mannerfelt on the great Hinge Finger imprint run by Joy Orbison and Will Bankhead.
Peder Mannerfelt - EP01
Peder Mannerfelt
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Peder Mannerfelt Produktion)
10,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the year of Peder Mannerfelt's rebirth. After seven years he's laid The Subliminal Kid to rest. With this new 12", the chains have been locked in and the road map has been obliterated. EP1 is focused like a laser etching out intricate patterns in massive, humming machines. Mannerfelt's ideas have been reduced to a razor's edge and he balances these freeform compositions like a master. This EP could be seen as a prelude to Peder Mannerfelt's debut album under his own name that will be released by Digitalis Industries in February and at the same time is the first part in a ongoing series of self released records by Mannerfelt. Opener "Hook (end)" crashes like waves from a metallic ocean bearing down on the shore. The bass craters beneath, digging its way to the listener's core. Each idea is stripped down and simplified to the point of near exhaustion, resulting in tracks that are relentless and infecting. "Psalms and Songs and Voices" is propelled forward by crushing kick drums and rhythmic bass pounding. Somehow, though, Mannerfelt works unsuspecting hooks in between the peaks. It's incredible. "With Psalms and Songs and Praises," the final track on this 12", everything is pushed to the limit. This is absolute maximalism; an overload of the senses that cannot be escaped. It's the opposite of everything else on the EP, combining everything into a single, massive escape. This is the sound of machines humming. This is the sound of the factory floor in rebellion. And yet, this is only the beginning; the first chapter of a novel yet to come. This is the sound of Peder Mannerfelt finding his voice.
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