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Short but Sweet

A chance to hear the long out of print 7" of ISAN'S take on Saties' Trois Gymnopedies. I love the originals, so was a bit wary, but they've done a pretty good job of them. Better than Debussy's orchestration anyway. I'd advise against listening to these if you havn't heard any ISAN - start with "Beautronics"

Great Stuff but...

Why does iTunes have the habit of blanket charging 79p per song regardless of length? (Some interludes ect. can be very short) I really like the sound of this EP but its a bit expensive for the actual content... (I'll still get the album when it released though! Love these guys, check out 'Lucky cat' as a good start point. Brilliant minimal electroica)


Formed: 1991 in Reading, England

Genre: Electronic

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

Robin Saville and Antony Ryan's releases as ISAN are characterized by simple rhythms, pop-inflected song structures, and strong, committedly analog melodies. Originally from Reading, England, the duo emerged from the electronica underground in the mid-'90s at a time when groups like Autechre and Aphex Twin were bringing increasing levels of abstraction and disjunction to electronic post-techno. Dodging that approach, ISAN joined artists such as Solvent, B. Fleischmann, Sweden's Pluxus, and Krautrock-electronica...
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