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On Under the Sun, abstract techno mastermind Mark Pritchard steps off the dance floor and into a free-floating ambient excursion. In place of the almighty beat are acoustic flourishes, musique concrète-style experiments and synth-driven textures, often assisted with some heavenly voices. “Infrared” is ragged and noisy industrial, whilst “Falling” finds Pritchard noodling up and down the scale with warped organ tones. But the gems here are folk singer Linda Perhacs’ haunting vocals on the lush “You Wash My Soul”, and “Beautiful People”, on which Thom Yorke is equally gentle and soulful over a lo-fi Latin beat.

Biography

Born: 1971 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England

Genre: Electronic

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

Mark Pritchard has released tracks under a multitude of guises while rifling through almost as many electronic music forms. The England-raised, Australia-based producer could be called a dilettante, but the caliber of his collaborators -- including Global Communication partner Tom Middleton -- combined with the reverence accorded to the labels that have released his work, demonstrate that he's a respected and accomplished polyglot. Pritchard's commercial peak came early in his career with a novelty...
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