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Synth-Etik ‎- Function (2015)

10-12-2015, 16:05
Music | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Function
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Hands Productions ‎– D221
Genre: Electronic, Noise
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 66:47
Total Size: 153 / 436 Mb


01. Monsters Among Us 7:11
02. Function 5:06
03. Anonymous 7:40
04. Rapid Succession 5:04
05. Impact Parameter 7:55
06. Fallout 5:26
07. Electrotyp 5:25
08. My Design 9:40
09. Test Zero One 13:20

It seems that the so called rhythmic industrial have succeeded in finding its place into the history
of industrial music. Some time ago, on a famous forum, an interesting topic called Techno is the
new industrial has been created, in which rhythmic noise artists were described in their totality,
and today, after some months (even if the rhythmic noise genre was born loads of years ago), the
so long awaited movie Industrial soundtrack for the urban decay, directed by Amélie Ravalec and
Travis Collins, include what has been said by this genre during the years until now.
Frank Mokros, born in the USA, began to release music in 2000 with the monicker Synth-etik, and
already the year after he began to produce for the lively Hands Productions. Now, after five years
of hiatus, the musician comes back with Function, a work that particularly emphasizes the
relationship between the squared characteristic of the beat and the cacophony of noise: it’s a
work that, like few others, is largely linked to techno aesthetics, in which, often, the noise matter
doesn’t form the rhythm, but it is its filler element. More than rhythmic noise, this record could be
called technoise, because Mokros lesson is about the evolution of techno-based rhythms that, also
thanks to a quite noisy and voluntarily dirty production, widen themselves around the 4 / 4
This neverending feeling of being caged inside danceable structures is one of the major
particularities of a work that isn’t interested in improvisation and estrangement, while is
interested into the surgical precision of a recursive function, which continually repeats itself, like
in the final song Test zero one, a function in which the two variables, zero and one are,
respectively, crepuscular techno and noise. Although always maintaining strong links with
danceable music, Synth-etik uses the pauses in a creative way, from which to restart where the
superimposition of cacophonic layers reaches the climax and seems not to have other ways than
stopping and restarting. The noise formula used in the title track is monolithic, a rolling stone that
slowly goes down, using, in a rhythmic noise style, techno rhythms and english-based mid tempos
in a dirty way.
Counterbalacing less convincing songs like Rapid succession, there are pure rhythmic noise ridings
separated from the techno cage, like Anonymous, that, although it’s an extremely monolithical
episode, amazes for its emphasis and its surgical precision: math is not an opinion, it seems what
Mokros want to tell us, or like Fallout, that uses the same vehemence and estrangement, linking
itself, in this context, to a particularly deep techno. The variety of the songwriting is guaranteed by
the connection with the primordial african beat in My design and by a slow and deep rhythm, not
so far from a big beat mood, in Electrotyp.
With Function, Synth-etik presents a very strong techno version of rhythmic noise music, that is
made for the dancefloor as well as for the club and the relaxed listening in the sitting room. The
complexity of this work is shown slowly, listening after listening, after having opportunely loosed
the several noisy wires strongly linked between themselves. To the listener is asked a complex but,
at the same time, satisfying operation: the understanding of the more noisy and tough side of
techno music.

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