Complete your Taylor Deupree collection. January (CDr, Album, Ltd, RE). Spekk. January (2018 Remaster) (5xFile, AIFF, Album).
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Released 8 February 2004. Tiny dischords threaten to unbalance the delicate equilibrium of January's first track, "Img 0083", like a nail protrubing from a wooden floor might cause a spinning top to skid and topple over. But somehow the track manages to maintain its fragile balance. The main rhythmic impetus is provided by a looped fragment, possibly sourced from a musical box. Its sound causes me to recall a little merry-go-round nightlight which used to light the darkness of a friend's room.
Hi Taylor Deupree, Sounds great! Good radio potential. 30 January 2014 ·. i've added a couple of more prints of mine for sale in the 12k shop. from the "Faint" series.
Biography by Diana Potts. Highly prolific artist, label owner, graphic designer, and mastering engineer whose career has encompassed acid techno, glitch, drone, and more. Specification Fifteen. Taylor Deupree, Chris. aylor Deupree & C. ee Full Discography.
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Taylor Deupree and Marcus Fischer created their expansive debut In A Place Of Such Graceful Shapes (12k2021, 2011) over four days in a frigid, snow-covered New York only a few short months after they met. Since then they have toured together, photographed, and written music together keeping the collaborative, creative energy up at every opportunity, wherever they find themselves. The seven tracks on the album are highly repetitive yet constantly shifting due to the asynchrony of the loops. All of the warm, tactile and dusty quality of the tape and vintage players is captured in the recordings and the listener can easily get lost in the slow, enveloping cycles. It was important for them to be surprised as they work, to not approach the album in the ways they had worked before where they knew what the outcome would sound like. The unexpected was a driving force behind the creation.