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Electronic - Released October 25, 2019 | Nomark

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Soon after leaving Ninja Tune in 2018, Amon Tobin created his own label: Nomark. At its inception, Tobin promised back-to-back records, and he wasn't lying! Long Stories is his third studio album of 2019, after Fear in a Handful of Dust in the spring and Time to Run, which he released this summer under his new alias Only Child Tyrant. Like Fear…, Long Stories was composed around a single instrument, a half-broken Suzuki Omnichord (which sounds like an electric accordion and was also used by Brian Eno and the Human League in the 80s). "I am fascinated by this instrument," Tobin explained to Billboard. "Track by track, I composed around it until I created a cohesive record." The result is a spellbinding and melancholic album, the soundtrack to psychedelic stroll. The LP barely has a drum rhythm but makes up for it with its exceptional quality of production, a staple of the Brazilian artist. With four additional albums in the making, is Amon Tobin becoming too prolific? Perhaps...but if his albums are all consistently this good, his fans will be begging for more. © Smaël Bouaici / Qobuz
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Chill-out - Released April 26, 2019 | Nomark

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Electronic - Released April 19, 2011 | Ninja Tune

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Amon Tobin made his name with the most distinctive sampladelic electronica in the business, and kept at it for longer than most, but eventually began trading in samples of jazz vinyl for field recordings and bands he’s captained. ISAM is his second straight invisible soundtrack, after 2007’s Foley Room, and as before, it shows Tobin fascinated with the science of sound. Short on beats but long on atmosphere, ISAM plays out like the soundtrack to some bizarre nature documentary: it continually pauses, goes off in another direction, halts again, then sits unmoving for a time, as though Tobin had been musically ghosting the movements of a tiny insect traveling along a leaf. That's not to say the production is naturalistic; in keeping with his usual style, the beats are massive and speaker-shuddering, but they rarely coalesce into a specific pattern. It shouldn't come as a surprise that Tobin succeeds despite this challenging rubric; ever since he began dabbling in video-game soundtracks, he's showed an intriguing resilience at making excellent music no matter what challenges he places in his way. © John Bush /TiVo
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Electronic - Released May 16, 2000 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released June 1, 1998 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released February 26, 2007 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released October 14, 2002 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released May 11, 2015 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released January 18, 2005 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released February 21, 2011 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released July 7, 2003 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released October 27, 1997 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released May 1, 2000 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released October 7, 2002 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released June 15, 2011 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released November 1, 1996 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released September 20, 1997 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released May 1, 2006 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released November 26, 2007 | Ninja Tune

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Electronic - Released January 22, 2007 | Ninja Tune

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Amon Tobin

L'architecte brésilien

Génial bricoleur brésilien, Amon Tobin construit sa musique avec ses milliers de vinyles, des bruit d’usines ou d’insectes voire avec le Kronos Quartet ! Un véritable architecte avant-gardiste dont chaque album est un monument de groove anguleux et de sons ovni.

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