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Tom Knapp
Mophoc Rez

Tom Knapp has been a secretive and provocative figure in English electronic music since the late 1990s, working as DJ, producer, promoter and collaborator. He co-runs the ICASEA and Meds labels and has worked with Dalglish, Alex Peverett , Kouhei Matsunaga amongst others. Mophoc Rez is a vinyl 12” of his dense and abstract electronica. This is extreme and stunning computer music. Mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, Berlin.
  • Vinyl 12" (Ge-stell 03)
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Hyper-urban 20 30

Previously released on such labels as Sub Rosa, Warp, and Dielectric Records. Sote’s constantly shifting and growing exponential rhythms would be the perfect treat for fans of SND, Mark Fell, and Autechre. Clattering electronic chimes and clangs fall in and out of sense. Features remixes from Dalglish, CoH, Terminal 11, and Cameron Shafii.
  • Vinyl 12" (Ge-stell 04)
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  • CD (Ge-stell 08)
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Scald Rougish
Idioal Oifrmech

Scald Rougish drops a new LP on the Ge-stell label, and it arrives laden with full-on Autechreisms: check out ‘N(U()(_{C}SyfR(‘ for a track title! Idioal Oifrmech also throbs and clicks with the same kind of intensive convolutions as that duo, building up a dense wall of abstract un-dance music.

Christophe Charles + Kozo Inada

Christophe Charles, a French sound artist with installations and releases across a number of notable institutions (e.g. Mille Plateaux) joins forces with Kozo Inada, a Japanese sound artist who has collaborated with Merzbow. Collaborative album i[] is a set of four tightly minimal pieces that trace out a rarified space. Vinyl release from Ge-stell.

Return to Mechanics

Russian sound worker CoH presents 4 tracks “too energetic” for Edition Mego, who are about to release his Music VOL. Indeed, these computer structures are full of whipcrack grooves, even if they retain a stern digital oddness. And one of the tracks is a re-imagining of Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’! Definitely couldn’t have that on Mego...

Dorcha Aigeann

Here's something that will sell out quickly. Chris Douglas's Dalglish project has long been a go to for visionary future thinking electronics and as our Ant says in a previous review "Just reading the words Dalglish and vinyl in the same sentence is enough to make hardcore electronic music fans salivate". The label describes this release as  "a web of splintering percussive patterns, arrhythmic textures and amorphous forms, titled in an asymmetrical variant of Scots Gaelic". Run of 300 copies. -On clear vinyl with white label. Enclosed in silkscreened PVC cover containing thumb cut slit.-Includes transparent film insert. -Contains two locked grooves at the conclusion of Side A and Side B. 
  • Vinyl 12" (Ge-stell 01)
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Brandon Nickell

Somewhat over shadowed by this weeks Dalglish record on the same label comes this mechanical piece by San Franscisco nerd Brandon Nickell who, over a number of years, has honed a stytle encompassing acid­tinged, obtuse dance beats  arranged in a disjointed, hip­hop indebted framework. Comes on 150g transparent clear vinyl with white label. Enclosed in silkscreened PVC cover containing thumb cut slit. Mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, Berlin.