Album Review: In a Paraventral Scale [EP] by Lee Gamble
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Since 2006 Lee Gamble has been making forward-thinking electronic music. Over the years he's found the balance between abstract electronic compositions and fuzzed- out bass, that has as much in common with musique concréte and Karlheinz Stockhausen as it does with Carl Crack and his current home Hyperdub. He's starting 2019 with a series of concept EPs that are a satire on modern day society, due to form one album called - for some reason - Flush Real Pharynx.
London-based post-jungle sound artist Lee Gamble is releasing his latest album, Flush Real Pharynx, in three parts. The triptych of EP-length song cycles will capture the evolution of what the producer terms the "semioblitz," which he describes as "the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces."
In a Paraventral Scale is the first phase of Gamble's post-postmodern cultural theorizing, using the imagery of a snake's scales — the ones that run along the sides of the reptile — to evoke a ….