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Dedekind Cut ‘$uccessor’ – Liberating ambient music from predictability and whiteness

Kritik January 21 2017

ded004 Dedekind Cut “$uccessor” (NON Worldwide/Hospital Productions, 2016) – Review by Ivna Franić Having broken off with the Lee Bannon and ¬ b monikers – possibly for good – Dedekind Cut’s Fred Warmsley kicked off 2016 with an interesting although not entirely satifying collaboration with Rabit, followed by the merely solid single “Last”. It wasn’t until this past spring’s “American Zen” EP that the direction in ...

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Rabit & Dedekind Cut – Practicing different styles, all at once

Blog Kritik March 12 2016

R_DC Rabit & Dedekind Cut ”R&D” – Review by Ivna Franic The collaboration between Eric Burton aka Rabit and Fred Warmsley fka Lee Bannon under his new, mathematical moniker, Dedekind Cut, might have seemed odd at first and perhaps even destined to result in an unhappy marriage of airy beats and aggressive gun machine sounds. However, to those familiar with Warmsley’s output as Dedekind Cut, the ...

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Lee Bannon – Nyfortolkninger af beskidt elektronisk vraggods

Blog February 3 2014

LeeBannon Af Rasmus Junge Der skorter ikke på hypen omkring den nye generation af hiphop-navne, der med gamle dyder som mixtapes (nu i web-distribution), genre-åbenhed samt respektløshed over for genrens stagnerende dinosaurer (Jay-Z, vi kigger i den grad i din retning) er i fuld sving med at revitalisere genren. Et at de mest omtalte navne er Brooklyn-rapperen Joey Bada$$, der paradoksalt nok virker ret fikseret på 90’ernes gyldne ...

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