We are killing our host, we have already passed the brink of irreversible damage.
The virus has been reproduced over and over again. We want to expand and we have already found the place to relocate, 40 light yearsaway… Times & Space, the soundtrack for the predicted and impending socialchange.
After a furious release schedule this year, planting the seed of Mod3llr’sunique sonic landscape, we are graced with an 8 track album. Bringing all the vision and craft he possess into a glorious kaleidoscope of brokenbeats, ethereal electronic textures and deep themes.
As you start to unravel the emotive and stark story behind the album, thisLP is almost literally about a journey that takes many turns along the way.From the Sequenced riffs of *Times *working counterpoint to the sharplyresonant bass, to the complex poly rhythmic structure that allows for the music to have a never-ending feeling to great effect.
Fluid production and a sparse almost Electro vibe also play a big part onthe LP. Pairing broken beats with arpeggio sequences for some of the mostslamming Techno you will hear this year is no mean feat. We see the truebreadth of Mod3llrs talent on show here.
From edgy break beat to modular live jams, always with an inventive edge,and a complexity paired with sonic intrigue. Whirring VCO’s and sporadicpercussive elements punctuate a record and make the world just a littledifferent around you.
From order to chaos and back the Times & Space LP from Mod3llr is a trueexpression of his craft, and damn good Techno with it.
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Supported by: Neil Barnes (Leftfield), Marcel Dettmann (Berghain Berlin), Speedy J, Maceo Plex, Marco Carola, Philip Downey (Swoon FM), Bleak (Naura), Paco Osuna, Orde Meikle (Slam/ Soma), Joseph Capriati, Franco Bianco (Hypercolour, Dilek), Nathan Jonson (fka Hrdvsion), Andrew Wowk (Sydney / Pulse Radio/In The Mix/Bondi Beach Radio), Paul Simpson (Crush Collision)