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The Pestle

Burnt Friedman

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Burnt Friedman
The Pestle
Burnt Friedman
Nerfs d'acier
Burnt Friedman
Burnt Friedman
Burnt Friedman
Day in Rho
Burnt Friedman
Total Playing Time    31:07
"No doubt the best we’ve heard from this artist in some time. Tip!"
- Boomkat

"The sweetness of these tracks is a welcome contrast to Friedman's sterner later productions, but in other respects they aren't so different. Just as his recent music uses unconventional rhythms to escape Western tradition, these tracks, like much '90s electronica, use the momentum of rave culture to break free of conventional forms. In both cases, the goal is to escape the familiar—and Friedman is one of the most gifted escape artists out there."
- Angus Finlayson

Non-place mastermind Burnt Friedman shapes the tenth release of Paris-based imprint Latency. This is a journey through Friedman’s elusive repertoire, recorded between 1993 and 2011. Pioneering percussive, dubbed out minimal electronic-acoustic music and tribal ambient electronica.

With guest appearances by Hayden Chisholm and Takeshi Nishimoto - mastered by Rashad Becker.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Latency Studio Masters

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