Errorsmith hasn’t issued an album for thirteen whole years, but guess what… now he is! Superlative Fatigue arrives bursting at the seams with inventive synth sounds: Errorsmith’s Erik Wiegand has spent much of the last decade literally inventing synths and plug-ins. The record is also full of joy and good times: two LPs-worth of them in fact. Delicious stuff, out on PAN.
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Erik Wiegand aka Errorsmith is back with his highly anticipated first album in thirteen years. The man has been responsible for some total classic cuts over the years, namely as MMM alongside Fiedel - their 1996 and 1997 tracks ‘Elektro Cut’ and ‘Donna’ are both cherished to this day. On ‘Superlative Fatigue’ he deploys eight non-stop, relentless party cuts, destined to be soundtracking plenty of good times on the dancefloor. Apparently, almost all the sounds on the record were created with his ‘Razor’ synth -- a synthesizer plug-in which he developed for Native instruments. This gives the LP something of a unique sound palette with fluorescent neon elastic sounds pinging, zinging, zapping and morphing all over UK funky inspired and mutant dancehall rhythms. The effect is like some sort of ecstatic, futuristic carnival - dance of the droids, who sing along on the odd track with his computerized vocal effects. It’s great fun and has an infectious energy, but does make me feel like I should be committed to an old peoples home.
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