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9 thoughts on “ M-Seq - Matthew Herbert - Letsallmakemistakes (CD)

  1. Matthew Herbert Music. Lbs (). Around The House (). Bodily Functions (). Secondhand Sounds - Herbert Remixes (). Let's All Make Mistakes ().
  2. Jul 17,  · I think Matthew Herbert is the man with the most skills in music, reflecting it in this mix and all of his work. I remember a live performance from him in Studio , Cologne. In an (unfortunate) moment his technical setup broke down/5().
  3. Discogs: CD, Letsallmakemistakes. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  4. Moloko - Sing It Back (Herbert's Tasteful Dub Mix) Green Velvet - Technology's Out Of Control Wishmountain - Radio Matthew Herbert - Mistakes Tube Jerk - Eight (Buckfunk Mix) Auto Repeat - Def Jam Traktor - Master Traktor Si Begg - Test Tube Baby Herbert - Back Back Back Back Mr. Oizo - M-Seq
  5. There's "back to the start," Herbert's progenitor of Amon Tobin's "Verbal." There's "back back back," the kernel that became Bodily Functions (and "let's all make mistakes," H's perfect mix CD for the Tresor series). There's the Atari/Commodore/ robot-friendly "The Puzzle," which incorporates Herbert /5(5).
  6. Mar 14,  · England's Matthew Herbert is known more for his musical process than his actual output. His work is guided by his "Contract for the Composition of Music" manifesto, a kind of Dogma style.
  7. Though genius sampler/producer Matthew Herbert is less known for his mixing skills, his first DJ album succeeds on the same terms as his production work: toying with the formula of techno and concocting some seriously entertaining dance music in the meantime. From the beginning, Herbert flaunts his lack of experience by skewering the more perfectionist aspects of dance DJs, talking to himself 9/

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