Felix Kubin-TXRF


Idiosyncratic sound artist Felix Kubin presents an album of radioactivated Techno phonics for the Its label. Backed with a press release reading like an extract from a Philip K Dick short story (included below for the nerds), Felix offers the findings of ten experiments with the TXRF method and a stripped down set-up of MS20 synth, SQ10 sequencer, Sherman2 and Electrix Repeater. The results, to our ears at least, sound something like Conrad Schnitzler cracking atoms with KPLR; a ten track set of discombobulated, spitting Techno rhythms and fizzing electronic particles arranged in complex, irregular patterns. It’s visceral, pure and wildly unpredictable. 

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