Bjork – Hidden Place (63)

December 15, 2009

It’s just as hard not to gush as it is to not describe the “Vespertine” album in terms of ice crystals and snow flakes. This album so out of leftfield, if you are looking in terms of her previous releases, but makes sense when you consider Bjork has also worked with the current electronic pioneers.

At the time the pioneers were of school of microbeats and cut ups, which explains the presence of Matmos on the beats. As reductionist genres, minimal techno,microhouse and glitch soon disappeared to inevitable nothingness, but not without leaving this ultimate realisation of their creativity in collaboration.


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