Herd

ARTEATER

Clear
SKU: DRKFLR006 Categories: , Tags: ,

Description

Ambitious and captivating; expansive, textured and unique, this is the sound of Herd.

Since we began our record label, like the radio show and blog from which it spawned, we’ve never been just one style, one sound.

Since 2007 via several net based labels, Herd has worked on a multi-part series of ‘Tangents’ – abstract experimental electro, ambient electronica and drone soundscape material. ‘Arteater’ continues in that vein of sonic tapestry, yet is very much its own complete piece. Herd’s influence is drawn from many places, most obviously that of Future Sound of London. Impressed enough were they the duo have released material of his via their own FSOLdigital imprint.

Pushing the limits of vinyl recording length we cut close to 20 minutes a side of sound without comprising on quality. We work closely with our mastering and cutting engineers, none more so than on this release.

We could continue writing fancy, descriptive words, but as with all our releases, we let our music do the talking, and there’s a lot to hear in this one.

Release Date – 27.05.2016
Mastering – Black Monolith Studios
Cover Art – Jason Thomson
Art Direction & Design – makemassair
Vinyl Cut – Keith Tenniswood

Additional information

Weight 237 kg
Format

Vinyl, Digital

You may also like…

David Meiser - Inigo Kennedy (Token, Rodz Konez, Stroboscopic Artefacts) "DRKFLR003 sounds great! Like A1 and A2 the most I think. Will give them a blast at the weekend!" Coefficient (Duality, Labrynth, M_REC) "Really like the B side tracks on this release. 'Know Your Root's reminds me of some early Oliver Ho releases on Meta. 'Transcending Your Fears' is also nicely dark. Full support!" Dare&Haste (Pareto Park, Trust) "Soviet Rules is the perfect example of why Meiser is one of my favourite producers. Twisted, dark, intelligent & hard as nails. The relentless synth work & punishing drum work is right up my street. Coupled with the speech samples I'm totally sold. More!!!" George Lanham (Engineroom, Pareto Park, The Public Stand) "These are great tracks, proper techno." Objekt (PAN, Leisure System, Hessle Audio) "it's a solid release but a bit too main-room warehousey for me if i'm honest."