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Jemh Circs – (untitled) Kingdom. Picture a construction site after the day is done, observe the myriad scraps shuffling about the place. untitled) Kingdom, by Jemh Circs.

Much like the first Jemh Circs album, (untitled) Kingdom is a deranged and fractured rabbit hole of cannibalized and re-purposed YouTube clips, though it feels like Richter has gone a bit deeper down that uniquely post-modern path this time around: this is very much a disorienting and lysergic playground of gleeful experimentation and deconstruction from start to finish. Der Hamburger Marc Richter, sonst eher als Black To Comm bekannt fabriziert unter dem Alias Jemh Circs hochexperimentellen Lo-Fi-Glitch. Die zweite Arbeit unter diesem Namen, (untitled) Kingdom (Cellule75) steht was die verschrobene Freigeistigkeit bei gleichzeitigem Restbewusstsein um Pop und Hörbarkeit Jelinek in nichts nach. Frank P. Eckert, Groove).

Where previously he’d toyed with mathematical deviance, this time around he has dropped all pretense of logic; it gets close to pure chaos out here in the Kingdom but there’s always an unseen alchemy at work, one which transforms these random bursts of sound into something approaching the sublime. Getting lost within the limitless possibilities of composition while maintaining focus is no easy feat to achieve, certainly not for an entire album yet somehow he has done so. True, there is less obvious cohesion on his sophomore release but is that really such a bad thing.

Jemh Circs – (untitled) Kingdom.

Cellule 75. Jemh Circs - (untitled) Kingdom (CELL-2) EXCERPTS. This playlist has no tracks yet. Like. 2LP/CD/DL/Book cellule75. Released by: Cellule 75. Release date: 20 April 2018.

(untitled) Kingdom" converts a seemingly one-dimensional concept into a complex puzzle of ideas, sounds and narratives; completely assimilating the original sources and transforming them into novel entities with an unexpected melodic and rhythmic quality. Some press clips for previous releases: The overall effect is quite remarkable. In that way Jemh Circs is a record about process - not just how Richter loops and distorts and mutates his samples, but how the sounds of pop music create a particular sonic signature, one that gets more interesting the farther they're pulled from their original context. Marc Masters, The Out Door). Recycling random audio off YouTube, Jemh Circs' process couldn't be less sentimental, but the results turn out to be sneakily emotive. Philip Sherburne, Pitchfork). Release Date 2018-04-20.

Tracks count: 24. Views: 0. Jemh Circs - Falsch 02:05. Jemh Circs - PG/YY/A 03:12. Jemh Circs - 000 01:50. Label/Cat Cellule 75 – CELL 02 Source: WEB Release date: 20 April, 2018 Format: flac Quality: lossless Genre: Electronic Style: t Total length: 01:03:54. Tracklist 1. Falsch 02:05 2. PG/YY/A 03:12 3. 000 01:50 4. (AA) 02:34 5. The Fall 02:22 6. SFW/ii 02:45 7. 2. 00 A 01:51 8. Lac Dali 04:01 9. 33/3 03:15 10. Cat: CELL 02 Released: 20 April, 2018 Genre: nic. Cellule 75. DRM Free. DJ-friendly full length tracks. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

Tracklist

1 Falsch
2 PG/YY/A
3 000
4 (AA)
5 The Fall
6 SFW/ii
7 20.000 ¥
8 Lac Dali
9 33/3
10 Peak Oil
11 auto-da-fé
12 UR 72
13 Animals…..Animals
14 20/20
15 Zebra
16 CRISPR/Cas9
17 L.V
18 (H)
19 Milch
20 Metabolismus
21 Doyg
22 gn0sis
23 (untitled) Kingdom
24 Persian Knives

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CELL-2 Jemh Circs (untitled) Kingdom ‎(2xLP, Album) Cellule 75 CELL-2 Germany 2018
CELL-2 Jemh Circs (untitled) Kingdom ‎(24xFile, WAV, Album, Ltd, Num, S/Edition) Cellule 75 CELL-2 Germany 2018
CELL-2 Jemh Circs (untitled) Kingdom ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition) Cellule 75 CELL-2 Germany 2018

Jemh Circs - (untitled) Kingdom FLAC album

Performer: Jemh Circs

Title: (untitled) Kingdom

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2018

Style: Abstract, Experimental

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1205 mb

Size FLAC: 1200 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 573

Other Formats: AA WAV TTA DTS AHX ADX MMF

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Picture a construction site after the day is done, observe the myriad scraps shuffling about the place. Is there a pattern to their movements, does it even seem from time to time as though they’re communicating amongst themselves? Now take all of this and add sentience, this is what the latest from Jemh Circs appears to be drawn out of. Those little pieces which don’t fit or have been forgotten by their makers; if you wanted to postulate that ‘(untitled) Kingdom’ is the product of a continuous parsing of auditory detritus you wouldn’t be far from the mark.The thing is, however, that what our composer has done with his second album is to take what others have irresponsibly discarded and fashion a glistening, glimmering set of tracks which despite their number don’t deviate from the overall plot. Yes, what I’ve been wrestling with for the better part of a month is a novella from the wreckage. Where previously he’d toyed with mathematical deviance, this time around he has dropped all pretense of logic; it gets close to pure chaos out here in the Kingdom but there’s always an unseen alchemy at work, one which transforms these random bursts of sound into something approaching the sublime.Getting lost within the limitless possibilities of composition while maintaining focus is no easy feat to achieve, certainly not for an entire album yet somehow he has done so.True, there is less obvious cohesion on his sophomore release but is that really such a bad thing. He asks for our attention, which in itself would sour a lot of listeners; in return, he reveals a simmering world of blunted beats and unremittingly advanced sound design. Layer upon layer of sound folds in upon itself and once the desired level of compression has been achieved, it emerges again having been radically transformed beyond any recognizable incarnation. A haze of after-images trail behind, lingering only long enough to paradoxically draw out our curiosity .As a child in geometry class I recall one of my teachers revealing to us that if you drew a straight line on a piece of paper, that line just kept going and going on into infinity. For years it would vex me to no end as to where all these occult strands would eventually arrive; I believe I have gotten the answer to my query at long last.
Rocky Basilisk
Picture a construction site after the day is done, observe the myriad scraps shuffling about the place. Is there a pattern to their movements, does it even seem from time to time as though they’re communicating amongst themselves? Now take all of this and add sentience, this is what the latest from Jemh Circs appears to be drawn out of. Those little pieces which don’t fit or have been forgotten by their makers; if you wanted to postulate that ‘(untitled) Kingdom’ is the product of a continuous parsing of auditory detritus you wouldn’t be far from the mark.The thing is, however, that what our composer has done with his second album is to take what others have irresponsibly discarded and fashion a glistening, glimmering set of tracks which despite their number don’t deviate from the overall plot. Yes, what I’ve been wrestling with for the better part of a month is a novella from the wreckage. Where previously he’d toyed with mathematical deviance, this time around he has dropped all pretense of logic; it gets close to pure chaos out here in the Kingdom but there’s always an unseen alchemy at work, one which transforms these random bursts of sound into something approaching the sublime.Getting lost within the limitless possibilities of composition while maintaining focus is no easy feat to achieve, certainly not for an entire album yet somehow he has done so.True, there is less obvious cohesion on his sophomore release but is that really such a bad thing. He asks for our attention, which in itself would sour a lot of listeners; in return, he reveals a simmering world of blunted beats and unremittingly advanced sound design. Layer upon layer of sound folds in upon itself and once the desired level of compression has been achieved, it emerges again having been radically transformed beyond any recognizable incarnation. A haze of after-images trail behind, lingering only long enough to paradoxically draw out our curiosity .As a child in geometry class I recall one of my teachers revealing to us that if you drew a straight line on a piece of paper, that line just kept going and going on into infinity. For years it would vex me to no end as to where all these occult strands would eventually arrive; I believe I have gotten the answer to my query at long last.