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The Homeland of Electricity, the second album for the DiN imprint by British Electronic Musician Scanner sees Rimbaud utilizing a different toolset from his first album, An Ascent (DiN63), released in July 2020. Here he focuses in on several Elektron instruments such as the Analog Four, Analog Rhythm and Digitakt. Whilst his debut album was forged live in his studio during the start of the global pandemic here Rimbaud was after a lighter, more optimistic tone. As Rimbaud puts it 'this album feels like a sound polaroid of this exact moment in time, capturing our times in atmospheric sound works, where light will be found again, even in the midst of struggle'.
The Homeland of Electricity, the second album for the DiN imprint by British Electronic Musician Scanner sees Rimbaud utilizing a different toolset from his first album, An Ascent (DiN63), released in July 2020. Here he focuses in on several Elektron instruments such as the Analog Four, Analog Rhythm and Digitakt. Whilst his debut album was forged live in his studio during the start of the global pandemic here Rimbaud was after a lighter, more optimistic tone. As Rimbaud puts it 'this album feels like a sound polaroid of this exact moment in time, capturing our times in atmospheric sound works, where light will be found again, even in the midst of struggle'.
5028423220725

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Format: CD
Label: DIN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 08/19/2022
UPC: 5028423220725

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The Homeland of Electricity, the second album for the DiN imprint by British Electronic Musician Scanner sees Rimbaud utilizing a different toolset from his first album, An Ascent (DiN63), released in July 2020. Here he focuses in on several Elektron instruments such as the Analog Four, Analog Rhythm and Digitakt. Whilst his debut album was forged live in his studio during the start of the global pandemic here Rimbaud was after a lighter, more optimistic tone. As Rimbaud puts it 'this album feels like a sound polaroid of this exact moment in time, capturing our times in atmospheric sound works, where light will be found again, even in the midst of struggle'.
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