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Mathias Modica - Sonic Rohstoff [LP]
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Mathias Modica

Sonic Rohstoff

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Tracklista
A1. Blumen Der Vernunft
A2. Mica Male
A3. Kontainer Kollektif
A4. Le Sud
A5. Nippon Jonetsu
B1. Kotti Bizarre (Antitheater)
B2. Konterfei
B3. Haengboggam
B4. Ostinato Eisbox
B5. Vendetta '71
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Having previously released as Munk & Kapote, as well as founded Gomma, Toy Tonics & more recently Kryptox, Mathias Modica announces solo record "Sonic Rohstoff due May 14th on Kryptox. Expect abstract downtempo vibes, lofi jazz and futuristic electronica. Including guests: Ralph Heidel, Viktor Wolf, JJ Whitefield.
Mathias Modica’s "Sonic Rohstoff" is the new album on Berlin-based label Kryptox Music, Toy Tonics’ and Gomma Records’ sub label for new forms of Jazz & Electronica.
Over the past two decades, Mathias he has made a name for himself by discovering and breaking new talent and styles of music. He produced albums with James Murphy and Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem, Peaches, Asia Argento, The Rammellzee and WhoMadeWho just to name a few.
The album is a journey through abstract downtempo vibes, lofi jazz and futuristic electronica. This is Modica’s first album under his own name, following three albums under his monikers Kapote and Munk. All instruments are performed by Modica himself, embellished by guest musicians from the new Berlin Jazz scene. Most people might know Modica from his earlier works as a producer, keyboard player and founder/ creative mind behind Toy Tonics, Gomma and Kryptox.
The music on “Sonic Rohstoff” is based on deconstructed samples and beats made from real drums and field recordings. Guest musicians are Ralph Heidel (fl, sax), Viktor Wolf (sax), JJ Whitfield (Beats). Loose drum patterns lead the way, mixed with carefully crafted, sensitive atmospheres setting the perfect mood for Modica’s warm and melancholic chord progressions and melodies played on several keybaords. Across the album, he draws inspiration from 1970s jazz funk and 1990s hip hop and electronica. Moods transition from sweet to bizarre, from cinematic to funky. Modern pioneers like Flying Lotus and DJ Shadow are influences as well as movie composers like Alessandro Alessandroni and David Axelrod and the fascinating world of 1980ies japanese fusion jazz.

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