“With this mix i wanted to combine delicate reduced compositions with raw bursts of noise, covering bass music and electro-acoustic ground at the same time. Using abandoned buildings as echo chambers, making speakers rattle with a bow on a cello string, patching analog or digital modular synthesizers,…. no matter what tools are being used to transgress genres, this is where my heart is. One track feeds the following, whether it is spectrally or rhythmically. At the end of the story, there’s unison in energy” – Yves De Mey
From his basement in Antwerp, Yves De Mey produces mainly modular analog based tracks, brought to you through fine labels like Time to Express, Line, Sandwell District, Opal Tapes, Modal Analysis,…. Together with long-time friend Peter Van Hoesen, he operates as Sendai, with releases on the very same T2X and Stroboscopic Artefacts. During office hours, he’s most of the time doing sound design and scoring work for film and performing arts.
August 23: DJ-set: Modal Analysis label night: Suicide Circus: Berlin
Transfer EP on Modal Analysis (with Shifted remix)
Metrics EP on Opal Tapes
Remix for Pokk! on SM-LL
and more, but let that be a surprise.