"F.X. Randomiz is one of those you might have met musically but you won't be sure when. In 1992 there was the infamous Slow CD with Jan St. Werner (now Mouse On Mars) on that tiny Gefriem label. The Wire (issue 5/97) wrote: 'Slow...an unsung electronic masterpiece, an outstanding pre-Oval example of capsized sampling virtuosity.' Both musicians appear as Dü on the highly appreciated Mille Plateaux compilation In Memoriam Gilles Deleuze. Some may remember the My Bloody Valentine-inspired 7" by Four Square Logos (Randomiz/Suchy/Werner). Now it's time that his solo-album Goflex will show his talents to the wide public. Recent releases were remixes for Microstoria's Reprovisers CD and the Schlammpeitziger 10" (A-Musik) as well as the duoproject Holosud (12" on A-Musik). Goflex is a state of the art example of software-engineering of sound transformation and manipulation. A groovy, sometimes melodic album but radical treated sampled and synthesized sounds will catch your attention. Possibly it will satisfy groovers and headphone-listeners at once. A record for consumers and producers." (label info)
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in stock | DE| 2000| A-MUSIK | 9.90

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