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Robert Lippok was born in Berlin in 1966. He founded To Rococo Rot in the '90s with his brother, Ronald Lippok, and Stefan Schneider. He has released Falling into Komeït (2004) and Robot (2006) and is an active visual artist as well.

Just what is Robert Lippok up to with REDSUPERSTRUCTURE? "Inphase" returns to more familiar electronic territory a slight syncopation to the traditional 4/4 kick drum and fingersnaps to keep things light, though "Sugarcubes takes on almost a rock edge with its washes of sound and prominent bass.

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with redsuperstructure, robert lippok created a new foundation for his musical endeavors. now – 7 years later – this system properly comes to life on applied autonomy. the title of the new album is a clear indicator as to what the berlin-based producer has been up to during the last couple of years, both on a conceptual level as well as how he molds. layers are key when it comes to understanding applied autonomy. big chunks of the material with which the album has been produced derive from sketches specifically made for a club performance. rather than meticulously devising each and every detail, lippok focussed instead on recording as many fragments as possible in a short period of time, elements which he could later combine and layer.

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Tracklist

Unfold 2:26
Inphase 5:14
Sugarcubes 4:49
Whitesuperstructure 4:50
Slowdancingform 2:02
Nycycle 3:44
Bouncingform 0:46
Ultrared 1:35
Daylightastronomy 14:09

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
r-n 134 Robert Lippok Redsuperstructure ‎(CD, Album) Raster-Noton r-n 134 Germany 2011
r-n 134 Robert Lippok Redsuperstructure ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Raster-Noton r-n 134 Germany 2011


Robert Lippok - Redsuperstructure FLAC album

Performer: Robert Lippok

Title: Redsuperstructure

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2011

Style: Glitch, Abstract, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1188 mb

Size FLAC: 1268 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 348

Other Formats: WMA AC3 XM DXD AUD ADX AIFF

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Brightfury
As "Unfold" unfolds, it dives right into exotic territory: an Indonesian rainforest, with gamelan-like sounds and birdcalls. Just what is Robert Lippok up to with REDSUPERSTRUCTURE? "Inphase" returns to more familiar electronic territory a slight syncopation to the traditional 4/4 kick drum and fingersnaps to keep things light, though "Sugarcubes takes on almost a rock edge with its washes of sound and prominent bass. "Whitesuperstructure" brings in a melodic, metallic harmony to skate over the crisp, clicky percussion, while "Slowdancingform" thrums like a Tim Hecker track. The hesitations in the upper tones of "Nycycle" belie a strong melodic sense, and the closer, "Daylightastronomy" takes a long, ambient approach, with a few harp plucks to drifting in the space, while the electronics gurgle underneath. Quite an intriguing album.
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As "Unfold" unfolds, it dives right into exotic territory: an Indonesian rainforest, with gamelan-like sounds and birdcalls. Just what is Robert Lippok up to with REDSUPERSTRUCTURE? "Inphase" returns to more familiar electronic territory a slight syncopation to the traditional 4/4 kick drum and fingersnaps to keep things light, though "Sugarcubes takes on almost a rock edge with its washes of sound and prominent bass. "Whitesuperstructure" brings in a melodic, metallic harmony to skate over the crisp, clicky percussion, while "Slowdancingform" thrums like a Tim Hecker track. The hesitations in the upper tones of "Nycycle" belie a strong melodic sense, and the closer, "Daylightastronomy" takes a long, ambient approach, with a few harp plucks to drifting in the space, while the electronics gurgle underneath. Quite an intriguing album.
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The helicopter drops me off in an alien forest and I’m left all on my own to explore. Wind-up birds and digital crows screech and jitter as I make my way towards the cave. A cavernous opening welcomes me with a wide gape. And the beat kicks in. With a precision of an acoustic surgeon Robert Lippok dissects the sonic layers, peels them apart, and then stitches the textures together to create a journey for an avid audiophile. Microscopic percussive errors make up the rhythms within swirling synthesized leads, and hand drawn square waves of low-frequency bass. Immediately fit on Raster-Noton (even if you didn’t know it was released by the label), Redsuperstructure is an album that explores the future of electronic music ahead of multiple generations. Chemnitz based (Germany) Raster-Noton continues to remain at the forefront of digital micro glitch manipulation, and with this new release by Lippok it leaves the rest of the followers back in the dust. The release is based on a live performance set that Lippok performed at Raster-Noton’s Electric Campfire at Villa Massimo in September of 2010, and then agreed to finish up in the studio with encouragement of the label. “The events and structures of Lippok‘s vaudeville follow scripts which Lippok notated himself with water color and pencil. Other tracks were even visualized as clay sculptures.” With all the talk of digital manipulation the album is surprisingly very musical, with many tracks worthy of a dance floor – I picture a damp basement of Tresor where only strobe flashes are the source of any light. In the corner there is a mannequin dressed in a doctor’s outfit seemingly moving closer towards the speaker…In the past, Lippok has only contributed a three track EP to Raster-Noton, with previous solo releases on labels such as Monika Enterprise, Series 500, and Western Vinyl. That, of course, leaves out any of his work as the co-founding member of To Rococo Rot – and that is a huge discography in itself. On Redsuperstructure I particularly enjoyed the closing 14-minute track, which features ambient atmospheres, glitchy tweets, twisted bass drops and Beatrice Martini on the Harp. DSP geeks and sonic adventurers will really appreciate! Especially if you dig everything by Alva Noto, Byetone, Kangding Ray, and the rest of the R-N roster. Absolutely pristine quality production – you can lick the beats off the floor! Highly recommended!
Qudanilyr
The helicopter drops me off in an alien forest and I’m left all on my own to explore. Wind-up birds and digital crows screech and jitter as I make my way towards the cave. A cavernous opening welcomes me with a wide gape. And the beat kicks in. With a precision of an acoustic surgeon Robert Lippok dissects the sonic layers, peels them apart, and then stitches the textures together to create a journey for an avid audiophile. Microscopic percussive errors make up the rhythms within swirling synthesized leads, and hand drawn square waves of low-frequency bass. Immediately fit on Raster-Noton (even if you didn’t know it was released by the label), Redsuperstructure is an album that explores the future of electronic music ahead of multiple generations. Chemnitz based (Germany) Raster-Noton continues to remain at the forefront of digital micro glitch manipulation, and with this new release by Lippok it leaves the rest of the followers back in the dust. The release is based on a live performance set that Lippok performed at Raster-Noton’s Electric Campfire at Villa Massimo in September of 2010, and then agreed to finish up in the studio with encouragement of the label. “The events and structures of Lippok‘s vaudeville follow scripts which Lippok notated himself with water color and pencil. Other tracks were even visualized as clay sculptures.” With all the talk of digital manipulation the album is surprisingly very musical, with many tracks worthy of a dance floor – I picture a damp basement of Tresor where only strobe flashes are the source of any light. In the corner there is a mannequin dressed in a doctor’s outfit seemingly moving closer towards the speaker…In the past, Lippok has only contributed a three track EP to Raster-Noton, with previous solo releases on labels such as Monika Enterprise, Series 500, and Western Vinyl. That, of course, leaves out any of his work as the co-founding member of To Rococo Rot – and that is a huge discography in itself. On Redsuperstructure I particularly enjoyed the closing 14-minute track, which features ambient atmospheres, glitchy tweets, twisted bass drops and Beatrice Martini on the Harp. DSP geeks and sonic adventurers will really appreciate! Especially if you dig everything by Alva Noto, Byetone, Kangding Ray, and the rest of the R-N roster. Absolutely pristine quality production – you can lick the beats off the floor! Highly recommended!