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Recondite - Dwell Motteled Blue Vinyl Edition
Recondite
Dwell Motteled Blue Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2020 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
20,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Limited edition mottled blue vinyl limited to 1200 copies worldwide. As electronic musician Lorenz Brunner sketched his vision for the first Recondite full-length on Ghostly in five years he took a step back to assess who and where he was as an artist. 2013's Hinterland accelerated a progression he's since been touring around the world and releasing music with labels such as Hotflush and his own Plangent Records. His new album uses the icy Hinterland as an aesthetic and tonal template for a like-minded map of evocative compositions aptly titled after the German word "stillstand," now presented as Dwell. Windswept, moody, and melodic, moments on Dwell linger with emotional resonance. The title track sends an eerie synth loop through a field of techno kicks. The beats recede for a breather four minutes in as if to survey the surroundings. If Brunner pivots anywhere - possibly just a new perspective afforded by being confidently stationary in his craft - it's by leaning more into hip-hop structures. He's an avid rap fan and his love for those production techniques is notably present on "Nobilia," a queasy shuffler (titled in reference to the Super Nintendo game Secret of Evermore), "Interlude 1," which skitters in lockstep with contemplative synth chords, and "Surface," an isolatory, ruminative sequence. The closer "Moon Pearl" soothes and shimmers like its namesake, a cherished gem in The Legend of Zelda series that allows carriers of the gem to retain their shape and essence in the Dark World. Recondite does something many artists try to avoid, he dwells in his own established identity, one that has garnered him a devoted fanbase. His murky electronic productions, built around mirage-like pads and clipped drum programming, have proven to be highly functional and spectrally enveloping; Dwell is not a return to form, it is a further study of the shapes, it is the modes, and the structures Brunner has trademarked.
Recondite - Dwell Black Vinyl Edition
Recondite
Dwell Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2020 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
19,99 €*
Release:2020 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As electronic musician Lorenz Brunner sketched his vision for the first Recondite full-length on Ghostly in five years he took a step back to assess who and where he was as an artist. 2013's Hinterland accelerated a progression he's since been touring around the world and releasing music with labels such as Hotflush and his own Plangent Records. His new album uses the icy Hinterland as an aesthetic and tonal template for a like-minded map of evocative compositions aptly titled after the German word "stillstand," now presented as Dwell. Windswept, moody, and melodic, moments on Dwell linger with emotional resonance. The title track sends an eerie synth loop through a field of techno kicks. The beats recede for a breather four minutes in as if to survey the surroundings. If Brunner pivots anywhere - possibly just a new perspective afforded by being confidently stationary in his craft - it's by leaning more into hip-hop structures. He's an avid rap fan and his love for those production techniques is notably present on "Nobilia," a queasy shuffler (titled in reference to the Super Nintendo game Secret of Evermore), "Interlude 1," which skitters in lockstep with contemplative synth chords, and "Surface," an isolatory, ruminative sequence. The closer "Moon Pearl" soothes and shimmers like its namesake, a cherished gem in The Legend of Zelda series that allows carriers of the gem to retain their shape and essence in the Dark World. Recondite does something many artists try to avoid, he dwells in his own established identity, one that has garnered him a devoted fanbase. His murky electronic productions, built around mirage-like pads and clipped drum programming, have proven to be highly functional and spectrally enveloping; Dwell is not a return to form, it is a further study of the shapes, it is the modes, and the structures Brunner has trademarked.
Recondite - Iffy
Recondite
Iffy
2x12" | 2014 | EU | Reissue (Innervisions)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Few new techno artists of the past years gained as much momentum as Recondite. His atmospheric, driving, bleak tracks are techno to the core. But they are much more. They are not Techno about Techno, music reprocessing other music, but music about emotion and experiences.
Recondite - Theater II
Recondite - Phalanx
Recondite
Phalanx
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Hotflush)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Recondite returns to Hotflush with two unique techno narratives forged in his inimitable style. Since 2014’s smash, ‘Caldera’, the prolific producer has released two studio albums, as well as a string of notable EPs for the likes of Innervisions, Dystopian and Life & Death.
At once subtle and grand, ‘Phalanx / Warg’ sees Recondite exploring the full range of his distinctive voice. Deep, sinewy techno set with a genuine sense of intrigue, both cuts flood the dance floor with an unsettling warmth.
Recondite - Caldera
Recondite
Caldera
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Hotflush)
10,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Recondite marks his return to Hotflush with the epic, potentially summer-defining 'Caldera' and a sequel to his 2012 hit 'DRGN'. The Bavarian artist has undergone a dazzling rise since that time, and one which is reflected in the increasing opulence of his music. "Caldera", with its dramatic arpeggios and crescendos, is unabashed big-field decadence. Bearing all the hallmarks on which he's made his name - space, subtlety, build, attention to timbre - over the course of 9 minutes it raises the temperature to white heat. "DRGN 2" picks up exactly where its 2012 namesake left off; that is, with an arching melody played out over droning tones of insidious intent. Dark, imposing and elegant - this is Recondite at his most wicked.
Recondite - Limber / Undulate Lawrence Mixes
Recondite
Limber / Undulate Lawrence Mixes
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Acid Test)
12,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Limber / Undulate precedes the release of Recondites upcoming album "PLACID” - released in October 2015!
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