Schlagwort-Archive: minimal

Debox video „Jacked Beat“/ House in a living room

Mit dem musikalischen Neuzugang House in a living room und dem Song „Jacked Beat“präsentiert das Kölner Label DEBOX in diesem Jahr nicht nur eine Veröffentlichung dieses Titels, sondern auch das Video auf YOUTUBE. Liebevoll in nächtelanger Handarbeit gelang es einen ebenso minimalen Look für einen fröhlichen Clip aus vielen bunten Videoausschnitten und digitalem Pappmaché unter Zuhilfenahme einer besonders klebrigen Software zu erschaffen. Mittlerweile schaffte der Song den Sprung zur Nummer Eins der Underground Vinyl Releases. Wir freuen uns sehr darüber!


Jega is just one man, Dylan Nathan, an architecture-school classmate of Richard James (Aphex Twin) and Mike Paradinas (µ-ZIQ). He shares with them many of the same musical concerns, but didn’t get around to releasing his work commercially as quickly as they did. He released his first EP in 1996 on Skam (original home to Boards of Canada), and in 1998 released Spectrum on Paradinas’s Planet µ label (and, later, Matador).

Spectrum was a jarring view across the landscape of electronic music, more rollercoaster than Sunday drive, resulting in the cloying label “drill n bass.” In contrast, Geometry flows smoothly and more melodically from vista to vista, merging staccato 808 rhythmic workouts, digital swing, analog atmospherics, jittery electro-hop, and myriad other sounds into a dark and rather melancholy work.

Unlike Spectrum, Geometry will be released simultaneously worldwide, and Jega will be making numerous visits to the US for live appearances throughout the year. Dylan is also a licensed pilot, BMX fanatic, computer hacker, and a professional animator, currently working on a computer-animated video for the title track.


The artists in “Displayed” talk about their starts in the 90ies, some of them started just a few years ago. Their days and nights, jobs, lifes and thoughts, lonesome working in front of a computerscreen, composing, essences of a growing music culture. Its not about plane borders of a global dancefloor culture. These artists are talking about a self-full-filling progression (not only) in Electronic Art and this is what DISPLAYED is about. Listen.

Featuring: Plaid, Mouse on Mars, Capitol K., Solar X, Klaus Beyer, Jega, Freeform, Jimmy Edgar, Lazra Pink, Schlammpeitziger with live footage and atmospheres (more than 100 minutes on HD-PAL DVD )