Watch a video of Old Apparatus performing a live set in the unlikely location of their own front room.
The Old Apparatus-helmed Sullen Tone label have announced their first release for 2013, the debut EP from Khing Kang King.
Old Apparatus member A. Levitas has unveiled the results of a new solo project – listen to the results here.
Old Apparatus have announced details of Harem, the fourth release on their Sullen Tone imprint.
As anyone who may have read their recent interview with FACT will know, Old Apparatus seem to be a collective with a desire to present themselves as a singular unit; going far beyond the cult of anonymity that many contemporary producers adopt, Old Apparatus wished only in the interview to be referred to as OA1, OA2, OA3 and OA4 – not only making the interview somewhat challenging to read, but seemingly placing them in the context of an experiment in musical collectivism where each member’s individuality is willingly surrendered. It’s interesting then, that Realise – the second release for their own Sullen Tone imprint – is the first of three EPs, sanctioned by the collective whole and produced by individual members of the group. Attributed only to “LTO”, it provides an intriguing way of presenting one of the group’s individual influences.
The industrious collective behind the Sullen Tone imprint have unveiled their next release, the Alfur EP from label chiefs Old Apparatus.
A suitably murky video for the title track to Old Apparatus’ forthcoming Realise EP has emerged.
News arrives of the second release on the Sullen Tone label run by Old Apparatus, which sees the first in a trilogy of releases from each individual member of the anonymous collective.
Having previously been most readily associated with Mala’s Deep Medi Musik, much to the befuddlement of purist dubstep heads everywhere, Old Apparatus are now striking out on their own with their freshly minted Sullen Tone imprint. It’s an apt name for the stable they will now choose to call home, as there’s rarely much joviality to be found in the murky underbelly of electronic composition Old Apparatus inhabit.