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Artist: CRIPPA, ROBERTO
Title: Reverse
Format: LP
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $24.00
"We Can Elude Control presents the debut album from London-based electronic musician Roberto Crippa. Reverse brings together a body of work that draws influence from the worlds of noise, electroacoustic composition and musique concrète, forming a powerful and ritualistic study of sonic structure and material. Within the sculptural engineering of silence, space and raw electronics, Crippa employs a variety of sources ranging from wood, metal, drum skin and amplified concrete, constructing an innovative narrative exploration of sonic depth and contrast. The album reflects Crippas work as one of Londons key performers within the noise and improvised music scene, crafting a refined expansion of his full frequency live shows presented at the likes of Noise=Noise and Café OTO as well as Industria Superstudio in his native city of Milan. Reverse forms Crippas landmark statement connecting the dots between his immersive gallery-based installations and visceral performances, shedding light on one of Londons most unique underground electronic artists. Artwork and design by Roberto Crippa." - We Can Elude Control.

Artist: KALLAL & MARK O PILKINGTON, ROSE
Title: Implicate Explicate
Format: 12"
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $14.00
"2013 release. A collaborative record between New York sonic artist and filmmaker Rose Kallal and Mark O Pilkington, the founder of Londons cult esoterica resource Strange Attractor. The recording is an extract from a live, improvised session using modular synth and effects setups. It was produced as the soundtrack to Kallals hypnotic 16mm film Implicate Explicate, exhibited during the 2012 Glasgow International art fair. This 12" includes remixes by Bristol-based Ekoplekz, Glasgows TVO, and Emptysets Paul Purgas." - We Can Elude Control.

"Implicate Explicate" 16mm film loop installation, 2012 from Rose Kallal on Vimeo.


Artist: KALLAL, ROSE
Title: Vermillion Vortex
Format: 12"
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $14.00
"2011 release. New York musician and filmmaker Rose Kallals "Vermillion Vortex" is the title-track from John Russells 2010 film commissioned by Art Review. Kallal provides the driving score to Russells mindbending visual essay on capital, media, and faith. Her background in New Yorks film and experimental metal scene soaks through in the muscular drones and cataclysmic percussion that form the bedrock for British artist and curator Mark Beasleys prophetic vocals. With his remix, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (Lichens) incorporates his trademark modular synth aesthetic and pulsating tones. Includes exclusive John Russell artist print from the film. Pressed on white vinyl. Edition of 200." - We Can Elude Control.

Artist: MANNERFELT, PEDER
Title: Come Closer
Format: 12"
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $14.00
"2012 release. Come Closer brings together a collection of Peder Mannerfelts percussive modular synth and noise experiments recorded live in his Stockholm studio. The EP exposes Mannerfelts wider sonic interests and improvised approach outside of the production work for which he is more readily known (Roll the Dice, Fever Ray, The Subliminal Kid). These four improvised, hypnotic recordings cross the spectrum from industrial rhythms and arpeggiated modular cycles into angular ritualism and Sähköesque reduction. Raw, vintage futurism crafted from purist sonics and detailed percussion; tonal precision and immersive electronics molded with an array of analog hardware." - We Can Elude Control.

Artist: PARKER & PAUL PURGAS, SHELLEY
Title: Dual Capactity
Format: 12"
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $14.00
"2012 release. Dual Capacity is the first recorded output by the duo of London-based artist Shelley Parker and curator and electronic musician Paul Purgas. The project acts as a meeting point for Parkers background in sound installation and digital technology with Purgass exploration of customized hardware and analog modes of production. The EP explores the potential for dense, rigid percussive structures to operate as a framework for non-grid-based electronics, and investigates aspects of texture and tonality alongside ritualistic approaches to sound. The material reflects the energy and immersive tension of their live performances, acknowledging such influences as minimal avant-techno, abstract drone, and industrial noise." - We Can Elude Control.

Artist: SOME TRUTHS
Title: Bliss Abyss
Format: Double LP
Label: We Can Elude Control
Country: UK
Price: $25.00
"Following his 2014 releases as Bass Clef for PAN and Alter, London-based musician Ralph Cumbers presents Bliss Abyss, a double-LP of new material under his Some Truths alter ego. Bringing together strands of house, techno, fractured rhythm, and anthemic modular synthesis, the album demonstrates Cumbers vision as one of experimental musics most singular voices. As he adeptly distills strands of the familiar and abstract into a series of tonal and percussive collages, Cumbers effortlessly navigates the balance between stark, functional electronics and playful, psychedelic humor, molding contorted, evolving structures and tense shards of rhythm into oscillating synthetics and expansive dubbed-out comas. Bliss Abyss highlights Cumbers position as an artist embedded in the lineage of British pioneering synthesis, while filtering these technological and esoteric histories through a razor-sharp dancefloor sensibility and a defiant ear for intricate construction and dynamics. At the center of the production process for Bliss Abyss is the rhythmic vista opened up by a Eurorack modular system and a repaired Roland TR606 drum machine. Using this combination, Cumbers recorded onto 25 tapes and then repeatedly recorded over them, creating imperfect palimpsests as sound leaked through from layers of previous recordings. This sits as the percussive bedrock for an exploration of acoustic modelling, and the uncanny potential for synthesis to both mimic and depart from the real." - We Can Elude Control.

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