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Album Review

Freeform's Simon Pyke zeroes in on one or two of the themes of his earlier work — mostly electro and ambient — for his Warp debut. A double-pack EP with just four tracks in tow, the release isn't nearly as varied as his previous material, but benefits greatly from a sense of focus. "Lebanon" and "Brieflei" are the high-points here, with shifting melodies and odd time signatures helping reinvent electro for the martini-swilling armchair set.


Born: 1977 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

London's Simon Pyke releases angular, almost algorithmic experimental electro under the name Freeform. Expanding on the rhythmic and percussive elements of a style first seriously pursued by artists such as Coil, Autechre, and RAC, Pyke's Freeform material is at times even more lab-coat than the above, playing dense, sparking rhythmic figures off one another in complex, shifting patterns that manage to suggest ambient, experimental electro, techno, dub, and industrial all at once. After releasing...
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