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Fabric 53: Surgeon


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 14, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fabric [Studio]
  • ASIN: B003O2A47U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #384,367 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Location recording from Kuramae Subway Station Tokyo,Japan
2. Scuba- Glance[Hotflush]
3. Surgeon-Bad Hands (Drums Only)Dynamic Tension
4. Marco Bernardi-Giro (Exium Remix)Dirty Planet
5. Instra:mental-ForbiddenApple Pips
6. Forward Strategy Group-Applied Generics AForward Strategy Group
7. Reeko-Agile Movement Theory
8. Surgeon-Bad Hands Part 2 (Drums Only)
9. Robert Hood-SupermanM-Plant
10. Planetary Assault Systems-X Speaks To X (Al Tourettes & Appleblim Remix)Ostgut Ton
11. Ritzi Lee-Black Star Ritual (Ben Sims Remix)Underground Liberation
12. T-PolarCrab People-Digital Distortions
13. Ital Tek-Spectrum FallsAtom River
14. Surgeon-Klonk Part 1 (Drums Only)Dynamic Tension
15. Subeena-PictureOpit
16. Fran Hartnett-It Was Written In Vapourunreleased
17. Mark Broom & James Ruskin-HostageBlueprint
18. Stephen Brown-Stress FreeMusic Man
19. Ancient Methods-AM04B1Ancient Methods
20. Surgeon-Compliance MomentumDynamic Tension
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Editorial Reviews

These days, in the insulated world of electronic music, the cyclical journey from obscurity to oversaturation to insignificance (and, of course, back again) often happens in the space of a year. It's all too easy to get numbed by minutae or otherwise lead astray away by the fickle whirlwind of hype. Rummaging through the 15 year discography of the unrelenting, steadfast techno legend Surgeon - and tracing the vast odyssey of his creative exploration - breeds a rare feeling of discovery. And genuine artistry. Surgeon (a.k.a. Anthony Child) stands tall as a true individual in the leagues of electronic music history, with seminal, landmark releases bounded only by raw passion and a transcendentally deep imagination. "This is the music that I am enjoying and I feel it represents me. And on the other side, there were some newer or lesser known artists that I really wanted to represent. It's about making people aware of different genres, to show the likeness. It's taking T-Polar, Subeena, Ital Tek, Ancient Methods - and putting that next to Orphx, DJ Overdose and Russ Gabriel, and mixing them all up together. It's kind of strange looking at the tracklist, but for me it's very natural the way these things fit together. And really, to me, this is all techno." - Surgeon Flicking easily from the heavy, sheets of sound produced by his old school contemporaries, Surgeon fuses the old with the new on fabric 53, creating connections between the oppressing and the minimal that have never been as simply decoded. Honing in on the idea that a lot of 'modern' bass music harks back to rave and constantly re-feeds on its memory for inspiration, ("just this idea of the breakbeat, the broken beat; it's got some echoes of rave, there are some elements of that somewhere in it"), he includes music from a veritable liege of young producers. Instra:mental's rolling 'Forbidden' is used early on and adds the kind of quickened bass texture that has been carefully incubated over their workings as they slow down from 175bpm drum & bass and Starkey's 'Spacecraft' is used brilliantly to juxtapose the rolling pressure of what comes before it, eliminating the 4x4 pulse and adding thicker, more leading bass tones.

Flicking easily from the heavy, sheets of sound produced by his old school contemporaries, Surgeon fuses the old with the new on fabric 53, creating connections between the oppressing and the minimal that have never been as simply decoded. Honing in on the idea that a lot of 'modern' bass music harks back to rave and constantly re-feeds on its memory for inspiration, ("just this idea of the breakbeat, the broken beat; it's got some echoes of rave, there are some elements of that somewhere in it"), he includes music from a veritable liege of young producers. Instra:mental's rolling 'Forbidden' is used early on and adds the kind of quickened bass texture that has been carefully incubated over their workings as they slow down from 175bpm drum & bass and Starkey's 'Spacecraft' is used brilliantly to juxtapose the rolling pressure of what comes before it, eliminating the 4x4 pulse and adding thicker, more leading bass tones.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Snip It on September 23, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Picked up the CD today, haven't stopped listening to it since. Quite simply, one of the best techno mixes I've heard recently. I'm not going to get all fancy with this review, if you like techno...get this CD, it's simple. If you don't? Get it anyway, it's just awesome. Surgeon is a beast behind the decks, creating not only a cohesive, perfectly mixed set, but one that tells a story. Full of great tracks from beginning to end, this is one of my favorite Fabric releases of late. If you love the hard sounds of Ben Klock's Berghain, or the fist-pumping funk of Robert Hood's Fabric, no doubt will you love this too. Excellent release, 4.5/5 stars.
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