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1 review »I think I'm right in saying that this is the first Monolake album to come out on vinyl? Usually they've come out on CD with a few choice tracks selected for 12"s so Silence represents a new method to Robert Henke's icy, immaculately produced madness and listening to it you come to understand why - it's most definitely a complete, self-contained work which prizes atmosphere above all and ... »

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Silence by Monolake
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9/10 Brett Staff review, 17 December 2009
I think I'm right in saying that this is the first Monolake album to come out on vinyl? Usually they've come out on CD with a few choice tracks selected for 12"s so Silence represents a new method to Robert Henke's icy, immaculately produced madness and listening to it you come to understand why - it's most definitely a complete, self-contained work which prizes atmosphere above all and demands your utmost attention in order to fully uncover its sonic riches. There's little here you could imagine knocking anyone over on the dancefloor; beats aren't absent by any means but generally the emphasis is very much on an incredibly detailed ambient feel fashioned largely by melding his windswept machinescapes to many of the sounds employed in modern day dubstep. Rather than the Chain Reaction sounds of yore I'm spending this LP thinking more of people like Burial, or even Massive Attack around the time of Mezzanine on the really downtempo tracks. It's fucking cold enough at the moment but with this beauty spinning I'm gonna have to ramp up the layers when I take this home tonight.. It's a right chill wind innit. Double vinyl on Monolake with the CD a ways off apparently!

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