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Gabor Lazar - Unfold
Gabor Lazar
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (The Death Of Rave)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Techno mutant Gabor Lazar morphs 2-step and warped electropes with futuristic tension and torsion on Unfold - the Hungarian artist’s first solo 2LP for The Death of Rave. The 8-track album follows a busy 2017 for Gábor in which he released Crisis of Representation with Shelter Press, heard his music played in numerous Aphex Twin live/DJ shows, and also toured the EU with Josh Eustis & Turk Dietrich’s Second Woman - an experience which fed directly into the sharper defined rhythms and plasmic mentasms of this album; arguably Gábor’s definitive solo release.
Gabor Lazar - Crisis Of Representation
Gabor Lazar
Crisis Of Representation
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €* 19,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Continuously defining his unique composition skills over the years, Gábor Lázár shared a first release with Russell Haswell for his now defunct imprint Last Foundation, quickly followed in 2014 by the album I.L.S. on Lorenzo Senni’s Presto!? label and EP16 on The Death of Rave, before collaborating last year on a joint album with Mark Fell The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making, also released on The Death of Rave. Mostly pieced together in 2015, but utilising material made as early as 2011, Crisis Of Representation forms a direct continuation of Lázár’s increasingly incisive composition techniques, offering 7 pieces (+1 bonus on CD) which unknot the same nasal drip motif in myriad permutations of possibility. With that in mind, it’s not difficult to draw an economically short line from his to Mark Fell’s music, but where Fell’s Linn grammar and SoYo accentuation tends to clip itself, Lázár’s compositions ribbon off into unnaturally fluid flights of mercurial, polychromatic acrobatics.We could imagine that this deeply abstract yet soberly conceived techno sound is antithesis to causal listening. But, if you’re game enough to follow Gábor into the wormhole, and have the head for incredibly intense, elusive sonics, then you’ll be embraced by a unquantifiably psychedelic experience quite unlike any other, where notions of “proper” musical convention are upended and rhythm, pitch and tone become fused by your head into scintillating psychoacoustic formations of perpetual tension and amorphous resolution.If you’re into sound design or the rave reductions of Lorenzo Senni, this one comes highly recommended!
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