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Energy Capture: Byetone's Favourite Albums
Christian Eede , June 8th, 2016 08:39

The producer and co-founder of Raster-Noton talks Christian Eede through a "rock-oriented" selection of his favourite records as the pioneering German electronic music label celebrate two decades of operations


Steve Moore – Pangaea Ultima
I really like the atmosphere of this record. I think it has a strong concept running through it and this is definitely the best work of his, because the other albums seem to come more from a vintage perspective. I found this record very classic and modern at the same time, so that's something I really like on early electronic music I discovered. You can recognise that this is machine music but, at the same time, you can sense a composer behind it. This record is connected to a quite academic world of electronic music for me but, at the same time, it's classical and not obviously high technology.

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