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Relaxer - Concealer
LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Planet Mu)
28,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder available from 22.10.2021
Daniel Martin-Mccormick, Formerly Ital, Now Relaxer, Returns To Planet Mu With His New Album 'Concealer'. The Album Drifts Towards Hyper Digital Sounds And Marks Daniel's Return To Using A Computer With Hardware. Combining The Ultra-Artifice Of The Digital And Its Glossy, Pure Surface Qualities, Daniel Comments That It "Gives The Sounds This Sickly, Shiny Dimensionality Which Is Un-Human. This Decoupling From The Human-Ness Of Sound Means The Sounds Can Speak In Their Own Special Way. Of Course, All Sounds Can Speak In Their Way, But A Vivid, Digital, Melty Synth Speaks In A Way That Feels More Autonomous, Or Less Tied To Historical/Encultured Musical Gestures. It Hovers In The Air And Melts And Glides. It's A Little Gross." His Return To Planet Mu Has Been Long Overdue. The New Record Is An Expansion And Development Of The Ultra-Artificial, Hybrid Digital Contortions Of His Previous Material. Welcome Back.
Relaxer - Hedonic Fatigue
Hedonic Fatigue
Tape | 2020 | EU | Original (Climate Of Fear)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Climate of Fear follows up Soft Boi’s debut LP with a mammoth drop: 12 tapes ripped straight from the first two years of Berlin parties. Released one per month, the series moves from Izabel’s shivering chug through Nkisi’s deadly anarcho-gabber psychedelia, Polar Inertia’s sleek techno throb and DJ Python & Mad Miran’s impromptu closing b2b. Relaxer tosses his hat in the ring for Climate's fifth installment with a mini-album of studio works. "Hedonic Fatigue" opens with the delirious 20 minute "Fatigue Suite," a white knuckle slow dive that will leave you gasping. Rippers "Upstairs & Inside" and "Strictly II" are counterbalanced with the languid "World Pulse" and misty "Jim's Day." Come sway in the breeze, right on the edge of violence. Out Dec 2020.
Relaxer - Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Avenue 66)
23,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Relaxer FKA Ital: Coconut Grove started as a secret. I wrote & recorded it in deliberate solitude over the course of a year, in long sessions when I was alone at home or after everyone else had gone to sleep. I had the uncanny sense of discovering something quite old rather than of making something new. Every album I’ve made revealed itself over time - Coconut Grove snaked its way through my psyche, going back to my beginnings. While working on it, I found some notes I had jotted down back in 2006, when I was 22 & first inching away from punk towards electronic music. I wrote that I had been dreaming of something humid and menacing, melting but also alluring. I heard some of that in the haunting, dubby minimal techno of the time, and imagined it crossed with the slashing urgency of my favorite no wave & post punk bands. I imagined the catharsis I experienced as a performer rerouted through techno’s mercurial endlessness. Those visions never left me, and I’ve been dreaming of them in one way or another ever since. Coconut Grove folded that time back onto the present, letting me start again from the beginning. A lot can happen in a year, and, at the risk of sounding coy, a lot happened to me in 2018. Coconut Grove was an exorcism, or maybe a rebirth, but whatever it was it moved with a little extra fluidity. You can hear it for yourself, but I will say the album’s softer touch is no accident. Living in that secret space, it felt good to let some air in.
Relaxer - Relaxer
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Relaxer)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Four tracks of hissing, hypnotic paranoia emerge on the debut from Relaxer. On the A side, smeared whispers seethe across viscous grooves that pulse with strange, bittersweet strings. Side B’s Recoil delivers a stomping 137-BPM techno bomb with an elevator-shaft-freefall. The EP dissolves into glowing pathos on the closing track.
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