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As heard in No Restraint

This work does not lend itself well to standard music criticism. For those wanting a rewarding ambient experience, this "sound work" is incredibly well engineered, detailed, creative, and ultimately very satisfying. The last piece, "The Fourth Quarter", can be heard accompanying the closing credits of "No Restraint", the recent Mathew Barney documentary.


This is ambient stuff. don't listen unless you are looking at abstract art! no no. it's good for reading and sleeping and slow sex. peace


Born: 1976 in Oulu, Finland

Genre: Electronic

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

A Helsinki producer whose "clicks + cuts" style of ambience makes for easy comparison to countrymates Pan Sonic, Vladislav Delay (real name: Sasu Ripatti) has recorded excellent work for three of Europe's most challenging electronic labels: Chain Reaction, Mille Plateaux, and Thomas Brinkmann's Max.Ernst. He grew up trained in jazz and still counts Philly Joe Jones -- the fiery drummer for the first Miles Davis Quintet -- one of his prime influences. Also before entering the world of electronics,...
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