Dedekind Cut - $uccessor
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 45 ratings
2016 Ratings: #305
November 11, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hospital Productions / Label
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I came into Fred Warmsley's latest record here knowing him in the past as Lee Bannon with his futuristic takes on 90's underground club culture essentials such as drum and bass and jungle so realizing that Warmsley goes full-on to the point of no return with a singular sound comprising of post-futuristic new age soundscapes on $uccessor, I knew that quite the risk was taken. And luckily in his favour, the risk payed off as a focused masterwork in modern ambient and simply one of the most ... read more
( ☆☆☆ ) good/average work
i think it's only fair to give this album another shot now that i actually have a decent appreciation for ambient, and uh...i guess i wasn't too far off the mark giving it 60. congratulations, $uccessor, you get 5 more points than the first time.
How did I miss this album last year???
Incredible sound, great ambience. A great listening experience.
Electronic/experimental producer Lee Bannon returns with a different approach to electronic music this time around. Working under the Dedekind Cut moniker, the producer invites in a plethora of huge electronic music artists to build this impressionistic, almost futuristic take on ambient and new-age sounds. There are clear influences from rising names like Elysia Crampton, Chino Amobi (also guesting on the record) and, of course, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland. Like these artists, the purpose ... read more
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Added on: November 16, 2016