Stroboscopic Artefacts releases X Ten Years Of Artefacts a 13-track album curated by Lucy, the nom de techno of Luca Mortellaro. It celebrates ten years of his label by boldly confirming it's raison d'ĂȘtre: a continual redefinition of modern techno. X Ten Years Of Artefacts is a Various Artists album in which the label's key artists respond to it's tenth anniversary with fresh compositions; artists with divergent perspectives are equally at home expressing themselves. These tracks' timbres, tempos, and moods differ greatly yet - somewhat improbably - they seem together, ideologically unified. On X Ten Years Of Artefacts, Mortellaro features solo as Lucy, in collaboration with Rrose as Lotus Eater and together with Speedy J as Zeitgeber. (Rrose also appears alone with "The Myth of Purity.") Shifted, Efdemin, L.B. Dub Corp (Luke Slater), James Ruskin, Denise Rabe, Adriana Lopez, Chevel, Alessandro Adriani, and Serena Butler each also feature, representing a group of singular artists whose relationships with the label range from years to months; Stroboscopic Artefacts' past, present and future must exist simultaneously. Back in September 2009, Lucy released Why Don't You Change/Dub Man Walking (SA 001EP), the first record from Stroboscopic Artefacts, which began a discography that, ten years later, is almost unparalleled in it's ambition and vision. Put simply, Mortellaro wanted to create something that didn't exist. Stroboscopic Artefacts would be respectful of, and indebted to, the great techno and electronic music artists of the past but would develop new paths forward for the label and the genre. The label refused to perpetuate the established dichotomies of electronic music: between the dance floor and home listening, between club music and experimental music, between the past and the future. It took risks knowing it wouldn't always work. But within a year or so of the label's inception, it was obvious Stroboscopic Artefacts' approach had captured imaginations far beyond it's Berlin base, showing us that the boundaries of techno are often constructs of limited imagination. The label pursued constantly evolving methods of releasing music. It created concept-driven series like Monad, Stellate and Totem, establishing frameworks that would give freedom in limitation. Standout albums by Lucy, Xhin, Dadub, Zeitgeber, Chevel, Kangding Ray, Lotus Eater, and Alessandro Adriani were deeply considered longform presentations. Now is the moment for Stroboscopic Artefacts to look fondly at it's past while drawing breath, re-energized, and hinting at new chapters. In four-panel gatefold; includes download.
Stroboscopic Artefacts releases X Ten Years Of Artefacts a 13-track album curated by Lucy, the nom de techno of Luca Mortellaro. It celebrates ten years of his label by boldly confirming it's raison d'ĂȘtre: a continual redefinition of modern techno. X Ten Years Of Artefacts is a Various Artists album in which the label's key artists respond to it's tenth anniversary with fresh compositions; artists with divergent perspectives are equally at home expressing themselves. These tracks' timbres, tempos, and moods differ greatly yet - somewhat improbably - they seem together, ideologically unified. On X Ten Years Of Artefacts, Mortellaro features solo as Lucy, in collaboration with Rrose as Lotus Eater and together with Speedy J as Zeitgeber. (Rrose also appears alone with "The Myth of Purity.") Shifted, Efdemin, L.B. Dub Corp (Luke Slater), James Ruskin, Denise Rabe, Adriana Lopez, Chevel, Alessandro Adriani, and Serena Butler each also feature, representing a group of singular artists whose relationships with the label range from years to months; Stroboscopic Artefacts' past, present and future must exist simultaneously. Back in September 2009, Lucy released Why Don't You Change/Dub Man Walking (SA 001EP), the first record from Stroboscopic Artefacts, which began a discography that, ten years later, is almost unparalleled in it's ambition and vision. Put simply, Mortellaro wanted to create something that didn't exist. Stroboscopic Artefacts would be respectful of, and indebted to, the great techno and electronic music artists of the past but would develop new paths forward for the label and the genre. The label refused to perpetuate the established dichotomies of electronic music: between the dance floor and home listening, between club music and experimental music, between the past and the future. It took risks knowing it wouldn't always work. But within a year or so of the label's inception, it was obvious Stroboscopic Artefacts' approach had captured imaginations far beyond it's Berlin base, showing us that the boundaries of techno are often constructs of limited imagination. The label pursued constantly evolving methods of releasing music. It created concept-driven series like Monad, Stellate and Totem, establishing frameworks that would give freedom in limitation. Standout albums by Lucy, Xhin, Dadub, Zeitgeber, Chevel, Kangding Ray, Lotus Eater, and Alessandro Adriani were deeply considered longform presentations. Now is the moment for Stroboscopic Artefacts to look fondly at it's past while drawing breath, re-energized, and hinting at new chapters. In four-panel gatefold; includes download.
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Stroboscopic Artefacts releases X Ten Years Of Artefacts a 13-track album curated by Lucy, the nom de techno of Luca Mortellaro. It celebrates ten years of his label by boldly confirming it's raison d'ĂȘtre: a continual redefinition of modern techno. X Ten Years Of Artefacts is a Various Artists album in which the label's key artists respond to it's tenth anniversary with fresh compositions; artists with divergent perspectives are equally at home expressing themselves. These tracks' timbres, tempos, and moods differ greatly yet - somewhat improbably - they seem together, ideologically unified. On X Ten Years Of Artefacts, Mortellaro features solo as Lucy, in collaboration with Rrose as Lotus Eater and together with Speedy J as Zeitgeber. (Rrose also appears alone with "The Myth of Purity.") Shifted, Efdemin, L.B. Dub Corp (Luke Slater), James Ruskin, Denise Rabe, Adriana Lopez, Chevel, Alessandro Adriani, and Serena Butler each also feature, representing a group of singular artists whose relationships with the label range from years to months; Stroboscopic Artefacts' past, present and future must exist simultaneously. Back in September 2009, Lucy released Why Don't You Change/Dub Man Walking (SA 001EP), the first record from Stroboscopic Artefacts, which began a discography that, ten years later, is almost unparalleled in it's ambition and vision. Put simply, Mortellaro wanted to create something that didn't exist. Stroboscopic Artefacts would be respectful of, and indebted to, the great techno and electronic music artists of the past but would develop new paths forward for the label and the genre. The label refused to perpetuate the established dichotomies of electronic music: between the dance floor and home listening, between club music and experimental music, between the past and the future. It took risks knowing it wouldn't always work. But within a year or so of the label's inception, it was obvious Stroboscopic Artefacts' approach had captured imaginations far beyond it's Berlin base, showing us that the boundaries of techno are often constructs of limited imagination. The label pursued constantly evolving methods of releasing music. It created concept-driven series like Monad, Stellate and Totem, establishing frameworks that would give freedom in limitation. Standout albums by Lucy, Xhin, Dadub, Zeitgeber, Chevel, Kangding Ray, Lotus Eater, and Alessandro Adriani were deeply considered longform presentations. Now is the moment for Stroboscopic Artefacts to look fondly at it's past while drawing breath, re-energized, and hinting at new chapters. In four-panel gatefold; includes download.