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Higher-Order Function

Nostitz, Ioth

Controlled Violence
CVR014 | 2018-09-19  
Controlled Violence presents the modular majestics of Nostitz and ioth. Both based in Berlin, each artist understands the intricacies of sound design, working together to contort and guide emotion through their complex arrangements, production techniques, and personal style. The track 'Fold' unfolds a multitude of atmospheric soundscapes, progressing rapidly towards a mist of schizoid rhythmic elements, and further into a world of hypnotic brilliance. Next up is 'Iterating,' a grit-filled bouncy work drawing influence from the entire electronic spectrum. With a head-pounding groove supported by vicious stab patterns, the track is a unique blend of 90s severity and modern composition.

Nostitz and ioth have created two original compositions devoted to those who find themselves dancing in a dirt-coated industrial space, with each track expanding on established themes of minimalism, distortion, groove, and hypnotism. Tymotica and Saphileaum have been invited to perform remix duties on the melding of minds that is 'Higher Order Function.' Tymotica rejigs 'Iterating' into an energetic breakbeat masterstroke, introducing a galloping minimal-style bassline that compliments an array of spattered drum effects, while pertaining to the same warmth of the original mix. To round off the release, Saphileaum presents his interpretation of 'Fold,' a unique work that skews far from the original. With a glossy, gentle background hum of pads, and the layering of a dreamy vocal in combination with orderly bleeps and drums, this remix defines Saphileaum's ability to take an original and turn it on its head

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