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Aasthma
Only The Appraiser

Aasthma is the duo of Par Grindvik and Peder Mannerfelt, back with a new 12” and a new eponymous label. Only The Appraiser is techno with serious sound design credentials, with lots of intense and interesting abstract elements to get sucked into. Single-sided, highly-limited 12” release.

Aasthma
Los Angeles

Peter Mannerfeldt (The Subliminal Kid, Roll the Dice) and Pär Grindvik (Grindvik & Hardcell) continue their creative partnership as Aasthma with second EP Los Angeles. Meaning another round of swole grimbient and smoggy black techno. The wheezing, scum & villainy sound design of ‘Rotating Blue Device’ leads in for the title tune’s furious rhythms. RIYL Ugandan Methods.

Roll The Dice
Live At Berlin Atonal 2017

The festival Berlin Atonal have a record label now, releasing selected highlights from live sets over the years. This release extracts four tracks from a 2017 performance by Roll The Dice, who are of course Malcolm Pardon with Peder Mannerfelt. Expect deep-rolling electronics and pummelling techno beats, not always at the same time. 12”.
  • Artist(s):
  • Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt
The Screws That Hold The World Together

Lazy Tapes is a young imprint - the only previous drop from the label had been two collaborative tapes between label boss Cera Khin and first Ossia, then Christoph De Babalon - but they may have put themselves on the map with this one. The clown prince of modern techno Peder Mannerfelt takes us on a ‘power ambient’ trip here, showing his range over the three tracks of The Screws That Hold The World Together. ‘Shining Beacons Of Light’ and ‘Every Day Had A Number’ throw together influences from hard techno, hardcore, jungle, breaks and gabber, while ‘The Toad’ is a welcoming synth ambience.

Peder Mannerfelt
The 3D Printed Songbook

Peder Mannerfelt pushes the envelope once more with new limited-run EP The 3D Printed Songbook. Mannerfelt’s releases have always zipped between various techno/house/club styles, but here there appears to be more of an attempt to synthesise them. The result is a strange and intriguing set of DJ tracks that are at once relaxed and on edge, forthright yet reserved. On The 3D Printed Songbook we’re somewhere in the middle of Batu, Farben, Lee Gamble and Isabella.
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Roll The Dice
Born To Ruin

Swedish electronic duo made up of Peder Mannerfelt (The Subliminal Kid, and Fever Ray producer) and Malcolm Pardon. Roll The Dice kick things off on the newly minted The New Black Label for their fourth full length album, known for their deep and cinematic compositions, Born To Ruin is a much more close up and gritty affair, taking a leaf from The Knife and Fever Ray with more a organic and caustic sound palette.
  • Artist(s):
  • Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt
Variation EP

Peder Mannerfelt drops in on Ultimate Hits for 4 new examples of his minimal beat excursions. You might know his work under the name The Subliminal Kid or as part of Roll The Dice, but on Variation EP he gets really focused on the little details. Hand-printed sleeve, edition of 300 12” records.

Peder Mannerfelt
EQUALITY NOW

Fresh from a release on Joy Orbison/Will Bankhead’s Hinge Finger, Peder Mannerfelt hops over to Jackmaster’s Numbers for three curious slabs of sort-of-techno. The title track recalls the best bits of late-90s Eurodance as well as Peaches at her most brazen. Very cool record with a very cool screen-printed sleeve.
  • Vinyl 12" (NMBRS52)
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Peder Mannerfelt
Black Holes, Or How We Lost Solidarity

Adventurous sonic Swede Peder Mannerfelt, who has produced work as Subliminal Kid and Roll The Dice as well as alongside Fever Ray, has a new EP out of own-name work. Black Holes, Or How We Lost Solidarity moves forward relentlessly on techno rails, garnished with heavy industrial / jungle extra percussion. Weighty. 12” on Hinge Finger.

Peder Mannerfelt
Live At Berlin Atonal 2015

The Berlin Atonal festival (housed in an former power-plant, the perfect location for heavy, industrially-tinged sounds) have started to release selected performances from last year’s event. Here we have extracts from the set of analogue-synth explorer Peder Mannerfelt, issuing a discourse on future sound via his EMS synth. 500 vinyl copies only!
  • Artist(s):
  • Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt
The Swedish Congo Record

CD on Archives Intérieures. Peder Mannerfelt has always been an impassioned collector of African tribal music, so when he came across a rare 78 of recordings from the congo by Armand Denis, well, you can imagine. Instead of sampling it, however, The Swedish Congo Record is a recreation of the 78, but on synthesisers. Beat and rhythm freaks apply within.
  • Artist(s):
  • Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt
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