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ORKA - Vað (2016)

15-06-2016, 06:56
Electronic | House | Techno

Title: Vað
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Kervio | Cat#: KER001
Genre: Techno, House, Experimental
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:39:48
Total Size: 91 mb

1. Igulker (5:15)
2. Grind (4:03)
3. Dís (2:53)
4. Blik (4:04)
5. Dimmalætting (3:46)
6. Vrak (1:46)
7. Vað (4:28)
8. Skin (4:54)
9. Djúpini (3:02)
10. Kav (1:11)
11. Torva (4:26)

The origins of ORKA date back more than a decade, when the band began crafting their own handmade instruments out of agricultural tools on a small farm in the Faroe Islands. But make no mistake, this is not rural music as you might imagine it. From those humble beginnings, ORKA have created a bold and daring electronic sound that has earned them fans around the world.

Following on from 2014’s Leipzig album, which took their sound more downbeat, new LP Vað – out on June 10th – ups the pace again. Written in London and New York by project mainstay Jens L. Thomsen and former Dälek member Oktopus, two tracks so far released from the new record – Dimmalætting and Grind – see the ORKA sound twisted into hardened, cathartic techno.

Still based on those homemade instruments, the sounds are largely broken up into samples. The music remains distinctively ORKA, while ushering in an exciting new twist in their sound.

“I think that after several albums and tours I felt the need to make a record which had fewer elements which I could focus on and explore,” says Thomsen. “On Grind all sounds are either found sounds or samples from instruments I built myself. Other tracks like Dimmalætting have synthesisers, but we have used them sparingly on the album.”

“Vað has been all about getting to the core of an idea or tune and stripping it down to its essentials,” he continues. “A few tracks on this album are made up from three parts only. Also only five people have worked on the material, compared to the seemingly endless credits list on ORKA’s last album Leipzig.”

“We wanted to avoid overproducing and rather stay true to the roughness and immediacy of the core ideas. This approach has given it an almost neanderthal sense of texture and pace.”

As well as Thomsen and Oktopus, additional production work was provided by UK bass duo LV and the album was mastered by Matt Colton.

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