Daniel Miller (DJing)
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Mute will release some interesting stuff this year. So some of the artists playing @ Short Circuit talked about a new album during that event. Other things were already announced earlier.
So the following stuff should be on the release schedule (most of them are tbc):
Depeche Mode – “Remixes 2: 81 – 11”
S.C.U.M – “Again Into Eyes” debut album
Big Deal – “Lights Out” debut album
I Start Counting/Fortan5/Komputer – “Konnecting” already available at SC
Balanescu Quartet – “This Is The Balanescu Quartet” already available at SC
Beth Jeans Houghton – “Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose” debut album
Apparat – “The Devil’s Walk” first Mute album
Cabaret Voltaire – “Johnny Yesno Redux” release date: 14th November 2011
Yann Tiersen – “Skyline” 2nd album on Mute
Polly Scattergood 2nd album
NON new album
Maps new album
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds several remastered albums
Can – “Tago Mago (40th Anniversary Edition)” + vinyl deluxe box in 2012
Laibach artist’s selection of tracks as part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Anita Lane artist’s selection of tracks as part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Cabaret Voltaire CV’s choice of tracks as part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Fad Gadget family’s selection of tracks as part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Add N To (X) artist’s selection of tracks as part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Crime & The City Solution part of the “An Introduction To…” series
Last updated on the 31st August 2011.
13th June 2011
12inch & digital
03 Drifting Over
Digital release will be exclusively available on Beatport for a few weeks before it will be sold via other digital stores.
Having established an relationship with Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver imprint, Shifted has been releasing some of the freshest and highly acclaimed techno tracks at the moment. What ‘Control’ does bring, however, is an impressive follow-up release!
With his ‘Control EP’ Shifted’s newest production brings no further clues as to the identity of this highly-regarded yet anonymous producer. Having established an relationship with Luke Slater’s Mote-Evolver
imprint, Shifted has been releasing some of the freshest and highly acclaimed techno tracks at the moment. What ‘Control’ does bring, however, is an impressive follow-up release to the ‘Drained EP’ released on Mote-Evolver earlier this year.
Composed of four minimalist yet thumping tracks, Shifted’s Control release evokes an attitude towards techno that is raw and deep while also engaging. Beginning with ‘Control’, the EP starts out energetically with a tribal rhythm that mixes in with spaced-out effects and plenty of grooving underlying bass. ‘Structure’, takes a bassheavy turn that carries with it an intense and ominous feel throughout. It moves forward rapidly with pulsing basslines that carry a distinct and focused intensity.
The B-side, starting with ‘Resurface’, pounds hard and mixes in atmospheric tones as it constantly builds momentum while reaching its climax. ‘Drifting Over’ balances a deep mysterious driving attitude with a whole range of low sonic frequencies fine-tuned specifically for their resonance on any dance floor’s sound system.
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2 Flight Path
Born in Edinburgh in 1987, Peter Gregson is a cellist and pioneer of contemporary music. He has performed widely in the UK and the US, at venues ranging from The Royal Albert Hall, London to The Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh; from the Twitter Offices in San Francisco to Le Poisson Rouge, New York.
Peter’s innovative approach to integrating cutting edge technology and contemporary music has led to collaborations innovative technology companies including Microsoft Labs, Fujitsu-TEN and many other developers and artists, along with invitations to speak and perform at technology and media conferences around the world.
His innovative work has been recognised with the 2008 Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Award for music, membership to the Courvoisier Future 500 and most recently the Sandbox Network, a global network of leading entrepreneurs under 30. Peter was the 2010/11 Creative in Residence at The Hospital Club, London.
Peter was commissioned by Bowers & Wilkins and Real World in 2009 to produce Terminal, an album of contemporary cello music. Subsequently, his music has been used in installations including The Secret Garden Party and The Courvoisier Revolutionary Spirit Festival, as well as commissions to create live soundtracks with visual artists, ENO/Punchdrunk’s staging of The Werewolf of London and in film. He is currently writing an album for the end of his Hospital Club residency with producer Guy Sigsworth. The album will be toured around the world during 2011 in collaboration with The Sandbox Network.
Performance highlights for 2010/11 include the MIT Media Lab, The Roundhouse London, The Future Gallery London, The 92nd St Y NYC, The Lab Gallery NYC, The Queen’s Hall Edinburgh, An Tobar, Le Poisson Rouge NYC, The Lemon Tree, Faster than Sound, Excite! Turin, TED Music, Aldeburgh Music, Ingleby Gallery, Oran Mor, TED x Alcatraz, Kings Place, London, and LSO St Luke’s.
Peter Gregson plays a Colin Irving acoustic cello, a custom five string Eric Jensen electric cello. He is an Eventide Artist and an Apogee Electronics Artist. He is published by Mute.
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