Yves De Mey Vinyl, CD & tapes by Yves De Mey at Norman Records
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Yves De Mey is Grey Branches. Landing somewhere between his Eavesdropper moniker and his own name noisy abstract experiments, his debut full length album mixes spiky and twisted metallic electronics and distorted acidic percussion. Hard techno beats with a junglists rhythm. Double LP on Inner Surface.
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An eight track release from Belgian sound artist Yves De Mey entitled Bleak Comfort. This record is described as having 'left-of-centre' electronics which, of course, drew mt attention to it straight away. One can only wonder what Mey's electro-acoustic, left-of-centre electronics have to offer this time around. A pounding bass line with a hint of Miliband synths? I have no idea. Available on double LP on Latency.
Three craftily composed tracks of repetitive electronics by Yves De Mey. These aren’t quite dance tracks, being focused on space and texture and magic juxtapositions. Loyal Subjectivity is released by Archives Intériures, the label run by De Mey alongside Peter Van Hoesen, in a slender limited edition of 100 12”s.
Sendai, the duo of Peter van Hoesen and Yves de Mey, play around with electronic rhythms and pads in a finely abstracted manner, as though the music of the club has been cast adrift in a sea of digital fizz and depth-charge ambience. Ground and Figure feels minutely tweaked and filtered to the point of delicious disorientation. Double LP on Editions Mego.
This record is the raw results of some Late Night Patching on the part of Yves De May, who worked out a basic modular set-up and then exploited it for all it was worth. The four tracks presented here have the heady tang of rave, but with the loose and jagged sense of adventure that on-the-fly play can being. 200 vinyl copies on Entr’acte.
Advanced electronics from Yves De Mey, a synth-worker and engineer. Each track on Drawn With Shadow Pens is the result of a single pass through one permutation of De Mey’s studio gear: sounds like they have a pretty interesting selection of stuff, as these vivid explorations sound pretty remarkable. Out on Spectrum Spools.