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Yves De Mey follows up stellar works for Opal Tapes and Modal Analysis with a mini-album type deal for new label Archives Interieures. I really like this guys stuff, he’s most certainly got his own sound and a distinctive vision of experimental techno/ electronic music. For this release apparently he investigates the interplay between the basic setup of SH-101, MS-20 and System 100 sequencer ...

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Frisson by Yves De Mey
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 12 December 2013

Yves De Mey follows up stellar works for Opal Tapes and Modal Analysis with a mini-album type deal for new label Archives Interieures. I really like this guys stuff, he’s most certainly got his own sound and a distinctive vision of experimental techno/ electronic music. For this release apparently he investigates the interplay between the basic setup of SH-101, MS-20 and System 100 sequencer. Well I say basic and I suppose it is in some ways but limiting tools in such a way can allow for more focused creativity in my opinion and ‘Frisson’ is certainly evidence of that.

You get the simultaneous feeling of the machines doing their own thing yet a gifted producer working the magic. Sometimes dry and sometimes with effects Yves builds absorbing soundworlds that range from microtonal experiments to warped darker techno-scapes. There’s even a couple of remixes from Miles and Peter Van Hoesen to complete the package. Recommended.

 

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