Sunday, June 28, 2020

[Taken from: Cities and Seasons featuring Fragment King] Eating Snow

Eating Snow is FK's first ever official release, on the "Cities and Seasons" vinyl 12" compilation by Deiker Records in 1999. It subsequently appeared on the "Forensium" compilation released in the "Halforganic Series" as nex001 by the Nexialist Organization in 2001.

[Taken from: Maxim Camera – Lost Recordings Vol. 1] No Robot

Lost Recordings Vol. 1 by Maxim Camera is a Nexialist project that was created in 2005 and was only accessible to a circle of friends who received demos featuring the tracks. This album worth of Science Fiction inspired Elektro tracks is now available in its entirety. Musical influences are Kraftwerk, AUX88 and Autechre; lyrical influences are Iain M. Banks, Alan Dean Foster and the Perry Rhodan series.

FRAGMENT KING: The Cellmaker's Sinister Jazz



The Cellmaker's Sinister Jazz is an album featuring uptempo and midtempo tracks created during FK's 1999-2002 electronic sequence-and-programming-driven era. This digital version of the album includes all 12 tracks of the original 2001 CDr release plus 4 bonus tracks created within the same recording sessions.

Original liner notes:
dream flesh twitches as the bleep people manipulate their switchboards. open canals of time. a room with no interior, pictures on the wall substituting for missing objects inside. the sound of a girl laughing on tape, her image projected on the wall from a slide. now we are in dream-synch. gravity turns around, the world folds.

FRAGMENT KING: Eating Snow



Eating Snow is FK's first ever official release, on the "Cities and Seasons" vinyl 12" compilation by Deiker Records in 1999. It subsequently appeared on the "Forensium" compilation released in the "Halforganic Series" as nex001 by the Nexialist Organization in 2001. This release package features the CD mastered version as well as the 1999 premaster used for the vinyl release.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

[Taken from: Fragment King – TCSJ] Inhuman

The Cellmaker's Sinister Jazz is an album featuring uptempo and midtempo tracks created during FK's 1999-2002 electronic sequence-and-programming-driven era. "Inhuman" is my favorite album track.

Sunday, June 14, 2020

MAXIM CAMERA: Lost Recordings Vol. 1



Calling all nexialists! Finally retrieved thanks to the technological wonders of digital time travel: Lost Recordings Vol. 1 by Maxim Camera is a Nexialist project that was created in 2005 and, for some reason or the other, was never heard of or listened to beyond a circle of friends who received demos featuring the tracks included here. This album worth of Science Fiction inspired Elektro tracks is now available in its entirety. The tracks were mixed and produced while avoiding the maximizing trends prevalent during the "loudness wars", maintaining the original intended dynamics. Musical influences are Kraftwerk, AUX88 and Autechre; lyrical influences are Iain M. Banks, Alan Dean Foster and the Perry Rhodan series. Enjoy!

Saturday, June 06, 2020

[Taken from: Fragment King – Anatomic Music] Wormlord Forensics I

ANATOMIC MUSIC is a composition and recording project employing specific design strategies captured from architectural design. For one, the origin of the compositions is an exploding singular moment in time unfolding itself outside its non-topological point of origin (the human brain) into the topological space surrounding any sound projection device.

Thursday, June 04, 2020

[Taken from: Fragment King – Structural Music] Donuthead

The creation of a splintered soundscape that passes by incredibly fast and abruptly is more so similar to looking out of the window of a train passing Tchernobyl while on some heavy relaxant and then time-compressing the whole thing into 1/1000th of the original time.

FK Live @ EA8 filmed by ANTIKOERPER

ZERO ANGEL MINUS includes two live versions from the Elektroanschlag Festival in Altenburg in 2007. The complete album download includes a V...