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An intriguing work sounding like little that came before it, Rest reconciles a host of disparate electronic subgenres: the rugged synth-pop of the early Factory Records bands (A Certain Ratio, Section 25), acid house, the ambient techno axis of the early '90s, and experimental dub of the Basic Channel/Chain Reaction variety. Drum machines, noisy effects, and angular, gloomy synthesizers battle for supremacy on these dozen tracks, most of them defiantly unpolished and tough-sounding. The obvious highlight is the chill-out classic "Beau Mot Plage," already a veteran of countless mix albums before the release of the full-length. That fact takes nothing away from the power of the full-length in total, a daring album of sophisticated melodies and raw machine backing.

Biography

Born: Frankfurt, Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Isolée's Rajko Müller is a minimalist house producer whose tracks incorporate electronic post-punk, synth pop, and dub techno. Thanks to the international success of his 1998 single "Beau Mot Plage," Müller became the most famous of the producers associated with a collective of funky, minimalist, experimentalist labels in Germany, including Playhouse, Perlon, and Klang Elektronik. Müller's first Isolée material appeared on Playhouse in 1996, and at the end of 1998 "Beau Mot Plage" earned an inordinate...
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