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Model Man - Pieces For Prepared Piano And Percussion
Model Man
Pieces For Prepared Piano And Percussion
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Telharmonium)
14,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Two brothers from the outskirts of London. Model Man set about on a journey of enlightenment through minimalism. Dissecting the piano, replacing its parts with nuts and bolts and turning conventional instrument into something unpredictable and unique. They say “Before releasing anything we were lucky enough to play and record with some great artists such as Damon Albarn and Squarepusher on various projects. They taight us things about minimalizing our toolset and using space to create new textures in our arrangements”They have enjoyed the support of the likes of Gold Panda. For fans of Nils Frahm, Four Tet, Caribou etc
Abattoir Blues - Blinded
Abattoir Blues
Blinded
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Telharmonium)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sharing a seaside home and studio with fellow Brightonians The Magic Gang, the Abattoir Blues of today - vocalist Harry Waugh, guitarists George Boorman and Sam Pitman, and drummer Scott Kennedy - are a far cry from the beer-swigging, stage-smashing brutes of old. Taking equal influence from the grizzly post-punk of The Fall and the dark atmospherics of the Nick Cave album from which they take their name, their swarm of sound engulfs the senses, while drawing on a social conscience reminiscent of punk’s early greats: recent singles ‘Sense’ and ‘Fading’ reflected on mental illness and the refugee crisis respectively.“You should talk about those things if that’s what matters to you,” Harry states. “I feel like, more than ever, there’s a big apathy problem. People are so alienated by the way politics is and the way the world’s run that they switch off and disassociate from things.”“It’s important to encourage people to engage,” agrees George, “we want to stimulate discussion.”It’s a captivating, call-to-arms take on modern punk that’s drawn more than a few eager ears - that “monstrous noise” was heralded by The Guardian at the start of 2016, while NME praised their “abrasive post-punk that’s big on atmosphere and meaning”. DIY joined them in dubbing Abattoir Blues one of 2017’s most essential new acts – further nods from Noisey and Radio 1’s Huw Stephens followed.New EP ‘Blinded’ is the sucker-punch moment that Abattoir Blues have been building towards. The anthemic likes of ‘Change Your Mind’ and the record’s title-track put those years of tight-knit companionship to tape, while ‘Trying Everything’ bites harder than they’ve ever dared before. Closer ‘What You Mean To Be’, meanwhile, is as beautiful and melodic as British punk has ever been one second, and a thrashing monster the next. Abattoir Blues thrive on that light-and-shade duality.
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