Kit Clayton - Repetition & Nonsense album flac
Title: Repetition & Nonsense
Style: IDM, Techno, Dub Techno, Tech House, Minimal
MP3 album: 1886 mb
FLAC album: 1894 mb
Other formats: DTS AC3 XM AA ADX VQF AUD
Repetition and Nonsense Kit Clayton. Repetition and Nonsense. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Repetition and Nonsense.
Though Kit Clayton's first album isn't exactly a straightahead techno record, that's the idea that comes to mind when it's compared to his material for Scape (released around the same time). It's not just the focus on four-four beats, either. Most of the effects on Repetition and Nonsense are clear, crisp, and high in the mix - miles away from the murky textures of his Nek Purpalet EP and Nek Sanalet LP. The material here is almost as uniformly excellent as the Scape releases, though its lack of shadow tends to be a drawback.
In stock now for same day shipping. Repetition & Nonsense. Drop Beat US. Kit CLAYTON. Format: LP Cat: SPL 011 Released: 11 Sep 99 Genre: Techno.
Joshua Kit Clayton, better known by his stage name Kit Clayton, is a San Francisco-based electronic and digital musician and computer programmer. He is a developer at San Francisco software company Cycling '74, helping create the Max/MSP MIDI/audio programming environment. He is also a significant contributor to Jitter, the multi-dimensional data set processing and visualizing architecture for audio, video, and 3D graphics (part of the Max multimedia package).
Joshua "Kit" Clayton, che ha studiato composizione musicale al Wesleyan College, e’ un musicista elettronico e digitale che ha come sua base San Francisco, e le cui astratte evasioni sonore utilizzano burrascosi suoni elettronici alla Morton Subotnick, voci filtrate nello stile glitch digitale degli Oval, effetti di eco dub alla Bill Laswell e ritmi robotici alla Neu. Clayton ha debuttato con gli EP Negative Powers (Cytrax, 1997) e Unreliable Networks (Cytrax, 1998), ma ha ricevuto il meritato riconoscimento con gli EP 4mod3 A Translation of Simplicity (Phthalo, 1999), The Angular A. .Il genere che viene esplorato e decostruito nel mini album da sette tracce Repetition and Nonsense (Drop Beat, 1999), e’ quello techno, in maniera piu’ evidente nei dance-floor grooves VHS e M-Shape.
San Francisco's Joshua Kit Clayton is a producer and DJ of electronic music which drifts from minimal and moody techno-house to abstract sound sculpture. M-shape" and "settler rework" are featured on Repetition And Nonsense, his first project for Drop Beat. The album uses dubby atmospheres and layers of sonic disruptions that place it firmly in league with the outputs of labels like Chain Reaction and i220. The remaining four tracks come from the Latke EP, Clayton's first effort for the aforementioned Orthlorng Musork. This more abstract record would sound at home nestled in among albums from Microstoria or Christian Fennesz.
|A Measure Of Loss||6:26|
|A Choice Of Words||5:15|
|A Lack Of Callibration||6:53|
|spl 011||Kit Clayton||Repetition & Nonsense (LP)||Drop Beat Records||spl 011||US||1999|
|spl 11-1||Kit Clayton||Repetition & Nonsense (LP, Promo, W/Lbl)||Drop Beat Records||spl 11-1||US||1999|
|spl 11||Kit Clayton||Repetition And Nonsense (CD, Album)||Drop Beat Records||spl 11||US||1999|