Melting Pinkness

by EVOL

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Following a slew of critically acclaimed releases on Editions Mego, Ideal, Alku and Last Foundation, EVOL carry on with the elaboration of their Rave Synthesis delivering a set of four impressive club music deconstructions. Spread over four tracks and held together by one locked groove on each side, Melting Pinkness takes messed up rave archetypes and boing perversions to the extreme, involving pleated, relentless patterns and meticulously crafted phase modulations, revealing nightmarish qualities fused to twisted acid bangers. Be warned: this face-melting gabber ain't for your usual summer bash.

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Drawing inspiration from algorithmic methods of synthesis, fractal geometry, chaotic systems and quantum theory on the one hand and "hoovers" - the trademark sound of 90's rave music - as well as the psychedelic impact of techno on the other, EVOL (Roc Jiménez de Cisneros and Stephen Sharp) have managed to bridge two seemingly different worlds, creating their very own musical idiom that they have coined "computer music for hooligans". Using archetypal synthesizers, programming languages and unusual sound sources such as air horns, their compositions flow across minimalist digital noise, frenzied and abstract sound collages and the dynamic acid de-compositions of their recent releases. EVOL records have been released by labels such as Mego, Entr'acte, Presto!? and Roc's very own Alku and collaborators include Russell Haswell, Mark Fell and Francisco López.

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released June 15, 2015

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Hypermedium Athens, Greece

Hypermedium is a label aiming to showcase contemporary directions in electronic music, from mutated club music and electronic de-composition to advanced computer music synthesis and researches in rhythmic idiosyncrasies.

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