Susanne Kirchmayr, or Electric Indigo as she's been known since the early 90s, is a German house and techno producer, DJ, and personality. All in all, she's one of the greats and, over the years, has always been supported from artists like Berlin's DJ Hell and, more recently, Berghain's Ostgut Ton label in what has been a bit of a revival from her. 511593 is Indigo's debut album, and it comes through via Monolake's Robert Henke, whose label Imbalance Computer Music is stronger, and more relevant, than ever. Unlike what we're usually accustomed to from the German artist, the music on this LP is wild and arid, often with no beats or traditional structure to hold the oddities in place. Instead, we're immersed in a fuzzy, digital world of rapacious sonics that do their best to seep through the cracks and spaces left open between tracks. In fact, this is more of a live session, where every tune is connected by distortion and electronic manipulation. Recommended.
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