See behind the Skee Mask…


Munich producer Brian Muller released one of the most subtle and majestic electronic albums of the year with Compro.

It’s an album you can approach from various angles — just as instrumental versions of rap albums reveal hidden depths, there could be a classic ambient LP here underneath Skee Mask’s complex beat patterns.

The album hints at classic records on Warp and Rephlex, with fractured techno, dusky pads and twinkling melodies leading to comparisons with Burial, Aphex Twin and early Autechre before the algorithms started taking over.

 

  • Skee Mask plays Wigwam in Dublin tonight (Friday)

 

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