Apparat, that is berlin-based sascha ring and works as follows: at variable intervals, audio data are manipulated by using random modulation algorithms. the result is relaxed electronica, "de-beautified" by (severe) exceptional sound errors. most of the time, the results of these random miscalculations are in direct contrast to the harmonic parts of the sound data. perhaps this will change with the next version of OS.
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Four Tet just keeps getting stronger - this is extraordinarily rich and meditative, a rare album that effortlessly treads the line between something you can study or relax to (def not lofi though!) and something that rewards active listening - there are enough intricacies and sumptuously crafted details here to keep me coming back again and again.
My favourite is actually Love Salad but bandcamp's doing that thing where it only lets me select from a limited few... Tom Colquhoun
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Second Sun was my introduction to Bonobo, and that song will stick with me forever. The strange ambient style was unlike anything I've heard before, and the rest of the album didn't disappoint either. carltagan