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4.7 out of 5

23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Beautiful, haunting, addictive

Joyfulunwisdom,

I cannot think of any other electronic artist that pulls at my heart the way Apparat does on this album. I thought Jimmy Tamborello/Dntel ended my search, but this is just wholly different and stunning in its arrangements. Even if you don't like electronic music, you will find at least three songs to love on this album. I listen to the whole thing almost every time because it is so well constructed, so emotive, so alive, dark and bright, inviting, captivating. The lyrics are exceptional, and the music is lovely. If I had the money, I would buy this album for everyone. It's the kind of album that makes you buy the next one before hearing a single track. This album is in my top five all-time. Brilliant, beautiful work.

Amazing!

A$aplover6,

The music is just so calming yet unsettling! Seems like it should be in a horror movie or in stranger things!!!

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Patrick Greak,

Goodbye is already the theme song for a horror show on Netflix it’s called ; Dark

About Apparat

Apparat (aka Sascha Ring) co-founded the German imprint Shitkatapult with Marco Haas (aka T. Raumschmiere) in early 1999. However, it wasn't until two years later that he would release his full-length debut, Multifunktionsebene, which quickly caught the attention of IDM fans worldwide. Known for his prolific output, he quickly followed this up with Tttrial and Eror no less than six months later and another full-length, Duplex, followed shortly after that. A slew of remixes and collaborations would follow for a wide variety of artists both experimental and dancefloor-friendly. He released the double EP Silizium in 2005, which took the Apparat alias in a decidedly different direction. He collaborated with BPitch Control labelhead/DJ Ellen Allien on the full-length Orchestra of Bubbles, which was released in 2006. The following year's Walls was his most creative and singular full-length. It was trailed by a diverse 2010 installment in !K7's DJ-Kicks series, which incorporated several dubstep and IDM tracks within an experimental techno framework. The Devil's Walk, a contemplative studio album, followed on the Mute label in 2011. His next full-length work was 2013's Krieg und Frieden, made with a 30-piece orchestra to accompany a stage production of War and Peace. ~ Rob Theakston

  • ORIGIN
    Quedlinburg, Germany
  • GENRE
    Electronic
  • BORN
    June 27, 1978

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