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+ - 0 [Plus Minus Null] (14 Track Edition) Import

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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Force Inc. / Vertical Label Group
  • ASIN: B005M8EUGU
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 70,699 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. positiv (short) [05:07]
  2. e.coli (short) [04:10]
  3. schwung [04:05]
  4. irideszenz (short) [05:53]
  5. schweif [06:21]
  6. efeu [05:11]
  7. spore [04:55]
  8. präfix [05:41]
  9. substrativ [04:42]
  10. und [05:16]
  11. eis (long) [05:32]
  12. ast [03:14]
  13. kreuz (rmx) [05:22]
  14. e.coli (rmx) [06:28]

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While not the first outing for Marow (Marius Rehmet), previously having a number of Cdr/file downloads on Klitorik, a Berlin based webzine/audio/design group, it is the first serious label outing. Plus Minus Null is the first on the newly relaunched Force Inc. label and is indicative of the Mille plateaux/Force Inc and associated labels newfound dedication to sophisticated minimal electronic music. Marow from the outset displays a clear understanding of the structural forms of house and techno and displays the deeper dub aspects to these forms along with aspects of glitch aesthetic. It is a pristine affair, humming along at an ambient dub pace. Production values are extreme, it is clear and deep, even the aspects which could be called experimental have been produced to within an inch of their life. Static is crisp and flickers sharply, bass warm and resonate, aspects of high tones are sharp and crystalline, differentiation between aspects distinct, effects are precise, not over emphasised and the structure is tight. This track He, She, It from an earlier release of Marow s should give you a direct indication of the stylistic content of the album. However it does not quite convey the depth of production in the current release. There are aspects of this album that convey the recent heritage of the German scene, distinct echoes of Chain Reaction, Scape and Kompakt and the album could be considered as part of an artistic landscape of deep minimal electronic music. Tracks such as Substrativ break out of the more laid back feel towards a is a minimal tecnho house dancefloor mode and there is the funkier Kreuz (rmx) which concentrates on more complex drum programming and sustained melodic effects for it s impact. The two glacial ambient tracks eis and as fare well from the production skills with the comparative quiet heightening the minute emphasis on each crackle, on the layering of tones and the cycles generated, altered and added a discrete melodic form. While the album does not have a strong thematic continuity, being more like a collection of tracks that have a similar aesthetic, it s sheer command of the differing genre s and the art of production displayed make the listening experience a rich one. Innerversitysound --http://www.cyclicdefrost.com/blog/2011/11/marow-0-force-inc/

Force Inc. Returns with New Album by Marow Words: Taylor Fife 20-year-old record label Force Inc. has announced its return after going on hiatus for over half a decade with the release of Marow's + - 0 [Plus Minus Null] (pictured above), a 14-track album full of glitchy, minimalist productions that hearken back to the imprint's earlier days. Force Inc. will focus on releasing more dance-oriented music while its sister labels, Mille Plateaux and Force Intel, continue to specialize in IDM and more experimental sounds. --http://www.xlr8r.com/news/2011/11/force-inc-returns-new-album-maro

Of course you know Mille Plateaux, once at the forefront of experimental electronic (dance) music. Less known, perhaps in these pages, were the sister labels Force Inc and Force Intel, for even more dance music. Not always reviewed here, but I fond memories of the releases by Akufen and Uusalito. All of that went under in bankruptcy, but Mille Plateaux rose like a phoenix and now its also the turn for Force Inc with an album by Marcus Rehmet, also known as Marow. Now its never easy to say why one thing is on one label and the other on its sub-division, as the music of Marow could have as easily fitted on Mille Plateaux, maybe save for the occasional soft touch synth sounds - the ambient side of this album; the beats are all dubby techno based, highly minimal, glitchy at times. Its music that if you sit back and actually listen very closely, say because you have to write a review, may sound a bit boring. I am not sure how well this would do on the dance floor either, but thank heavens I am not a DJ so I don't have to ponder over that, but this music works best, as tested, when you have a small party in your house, a few drinks, talk and then this music is a great 'small party' enhancer. Melodic synths, fine beats: it all goes down easily and you'll have a good time. Plus, the next day, when cleaning up the house, this music makes your work a bit more smoother. Excellent all around. Brings a smile to my face. (FdW) --http://www.vitalweekly.net/804.html

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This album makes for some great background music. It's not the most intricate of ambient music and it gets repetitive in places, but this adds to the sort of live sequenced feel of the music. What sequences there are though, go together very well and the sounds themself are very contemporary. Some tracks, such as E.Coli and Schweif have a highly satisfying low end, while otherwise remaining consistent with the sound of the rest of the album. I had no uncertainties about giving this album the rating I have; don't expect a genre-defining masterpiece, but what +-0 does encompass, it encompasses well.
If you are interested in this, you might also wish to check out the other editions of this album, which have different track lineups.
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