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Ben Frost
All That You Love Will Be Eviscerated

Ben Frost’s spring cleaning uncovers more material from the wings of last year’s The Centre Cannot Hold sessions with Steve Albini. In this episode of A Touch of Frost, our hero’s angry, manly cinematronica is assisted by remixes from Carsten Nicolai’s dominion of DSP ...view item »

Ben Frost
Threshold Of Faith

Ben Frost is back on Mute with a 7-track EP. Like previous works, expect melodic noise, ambience and general creativity on a complete range of acoustic and electronic instruments. Threshold Of Faith is the EP compilation from music sessions during a trip to Chicago recording with Steve Albini and is available on Vi...view item »

Ben Frost
The Centre Cannot Hold

Behold! Ben Frost’s latest, fifth studio album is here. The Centre Cannot Hold took up 10 days of Chicago studio recording time, and ten days' wages for Steve Albini. Ben and Steve have created a chromatically dense record, glowing at the deep ...view item »

Ben Frost
Super Dark Times (Music From The Motion Picture)

Kevin Phillips’s murderous coming of age film set in the 90s brings Iceland based producer Ben Frost into his element when asked to create the soundtrack for it. Utilising equipment used in the era (Boss Metal Zone pedal for example) Frost creates a looming and menacing score laced with minimalist textures...view item »

Ben Frost
Ionia / Jlin Rework

On the verge of the release of his fifth full length album The Centre Cannot Hold, minimalist/maximalist Ben Frost brings its first offering, Ionia. With the concept of the album being a near freeform fight between creation and its creator, recorded by Steve Albini, it’s looking like thes...view item »

Ben Frost & Daniel Bjarnason

I've only seen the film of Solaris once but, like another Tarkovsky classic 'Stalker', it lingers in your mind long after, a strange, eerie meditative experience. This is the work of two contemporary avant-producers, one in particular clutching onto an ascending star at the moment. After the chilling, foreboding  growl-fest of...view item »

Ben Frost
Music From Fortitude

Ben Frost, everyone’s favourite purveyor of frightening and elemental music, has recently been exposed to new audiences via the hit TV show Fortitude, for which he has provided an original soundtrack. Features lots of sinister drone-shimmer and tense electronics, as well as an amazing cover of ‘Tainted Love&...view item »

Ben Frost
The Wasp Factory

Iain Banks’ novel The Wasp Factory is a fairly brutal work to begin with, so just imagine what an operatic adaptation directed by famously intense sound artist Ben Frost might be like? This record contains Frost’s original soundtrack, where vocalists and a string ensemble ar...view item »

Ben Frost
Steel Wound

A new pressing of the 2012 reissue of the very first Ben Frost album, or ‘Frost’ as he was known then. It tracks his artistic outing pre-rasp, before the wolves snarled and the walls crumbled around him in a pile of rubbled amplifiers. While the noise onslaughts are yet to overcome him, the iciness is very much present. It&rs...view item »

Ben Frost
By The Throat

This new Ben Frost album is well tasty. It took me a while to get into the last one but when I did it blew me away. 'By the Throat' is quite similar in the way it doesn't immediately hit you. I've heard it a few times now and it's really quite fantastic. Dark droney, doomy fuzzy atmospherics which suck you in to Mr Frosty's dark world of doomy fuzz...view item »

Ben Frost

'V A R I A N T' continues Ben Frost's love of well-spaced letters and phenomenal electronic subversion, as he follows-up 'A U R O R A' with some next level remixes from contemporaries like the famed producer and lover of FIFA Evian Christ, as well as Dutch E Germ, Kangding Ray and HTRK. More electronic aggressions and introspection from Frost --...view item »

Ben Frost

No wolves on this. 'By The Throat' scared the bejesus out of myself and many others but I totally, utterly loved it. This long awaited follow-up proper (after his relatively sedate but arresting 'Solaris' collaboration with Daniel Bjarnason) is another sonically brutal and head-cleansing expedition into the...view item »

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