Gramm: Personal Rock

Gramm SKU: 38700880
Gramm: Personal Rock

Gramm: Personal Rock

Gramm SKU: 38700880

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $29.98
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Description

Title: Personal Rock
Artist: Gramm
Label: Faitiche
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 880918232836
Genre: Electronic

Twenty years ago, Jan Jelinek's debut album Personal Rock was released by Source Records (1999). Under the pseudonym Gramm, it brings together eight tracks that have not been available on vinyl since their original release. Faitiche presents the re-release of the album: Personal Rock will appear as a double-LP, featuring the original cover artwork. Includes download code. What people wrote about Personal Rock two decades ago:"Situated somewhere between Jelinek's much loved Loop-Finding Jazz Records, Farben, Move D's Conjoint project and Atom Heart's most immersive work for Rather Interesting, it's a late night album full of subtle production tricks and melodic house structures that belong to the pre-millennial IDM heyday, but which transcend it's overly-masculine templates." -Boomkat"A serene little masterpiece." -De: Bug"Though many producers have pushed forward the clicks-and-cuts style of experimental ambience developed by German experimentalists Oval (among others), few have been able to match their knack for making abstract cuts into pieces of undeniable beauty. Jan Jelinek's first LP as Gramm is one of the precious few, and it's obvious from the opener." -AllMusic"Organized in organic structures and minimal movements, the tracks get into utopian states and super-desirable moods, offering superior contentedness and dependable taste of the kind seldom sustained for a whole album. (...) Subway-Escalator-Soul." -Spex

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