Mute are excited to announce the November 29 release of a 12" of remixes of songs from Apparat's latest album LP5. For almost two decades, Sascha Ring has been one of the defining protagonists of electronic music. As Apparat he has explored the entanglement of programmed sounds and analogue instruments like no other; as part of Moderat (the trio he founded with Modeselektor's Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary), he has transformed this knowledge and art into an aesthetic of indulgence and sublimity. Apparat's recent album, LP5, is sublime and delicate, finding greatness in small things and in unexpected twists, it joins musical fragments together and glows from the cracks in between: this is Sascha Ring's best work to date. Like previous Apparat albums, the new release was essentially the result of collaboration between Sascha Ring and cellist Philipp Thimm and on the album you can also hear trombone, trumpet and saxophone, a harp, a double bass and other strings. John Stanier, the dancing dervish from mathrock outfit Battles, plays percussion and the songs were developed over endless group improvisations and lavish orchestral sessions. The remixes of these songs breathe a different life into the tracks, highlighting their depth and versatility. With contributions from Stimming, Radio Slave, Substance, and Solomun the listener is able to experience the diversity of Apparat's exciting creative community and better understand the musical world in which he operates.
Mute are excited to announce the November 29 release of a 12" of remixes of songs from Apparat's latest album LP5. For almost two decades, Sascha Ring has been one of the defining protagonists of electronic music. As Apparat he has explored the entanglement of programmed sounds and analogue instruments like no other; as part of Moderat (the trio he founded with Modeselektor's Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary), he has transformed this knowledge and art into an aesthetic of indulgence and sublimity. Apparat's recent album, LP5, is sublime and delicate, finding greatness in small things and in unexpected twists, it joins musical fragments together and glows from the cracks in between: this is Sascha Ring's best work to date. Like previous Apparat albums, the new release was essentially the result of collaboration between Sascha Ring and cellist Philipp Thimm and on the album you can also hear trombone, trumpet and saxophone, a harp, a double bass and other strings. John Stanier, the dancing dervish from mathrock outfit Battles, plays percussion and the songs were developed over endless group improvisations and lavish orchestral sessions. The remixes of these songs breathe a different life into the tracks, highlighting their depth and versatility. With contributions from Stimming, Radio Slave, Substance, and Solomun the listener is able to experience the diversity of Apparat's exciting creative community and better understand the musical world in which he operates.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MUTE U.S.
Rel. Date: 01/10/2020
UPC: 724596992616

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Mute are excited to announce the November 29 release of a 12" of remixes of songs from Apparat's latest album LP5. For almost two decades, Sascha Ring has been one of the defining protagonists of electronic music. As Apparat he has explored the entanglement of programmed sounds and analogue instruments like no other; as part of Moderat (the trio he founded with Modeselektor's Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary), he has transformed this knowledge and art into an aesthetic of indulgence and sublimity. Apparat's recent album, LP5, is sublime and delicate, finding greatness in small things and in unexpected twists, it joins musical fragments together and glows from the cracks in between: this is Sascha Ring's best work to date. Like previous Apparat albums, the new release was essentially the result of collaboration between Sascha Ring and cellist Philipp Thimm and on the album you can also hear trombone, trumpet and saxophone, a harp, a double bass and other strings. John Stanier, the dancing dervish from mathrock outfit Battles, plays percussion and the songs were developed over endless group improvisations and lavish orchestral sessions. The remixes of these songs breathe a different life into the tracks, highlighting their depth and versatility. With contributions from Stimming, Radio Slave, Substance, and Solomun the listener is able to experience the diversity of Apparat's exciting creative community and better understand the musical world in which he operates.