Influences: Gnork

Consistent and well learnt.

Influences: Gnork

Consistent and well learnt.

Gnork is a producer who has been steadily releasing music for many years, his music is expansive and sprawling - channeling elements of rave, house, breakbeat and idm. He has appeared on a broad spectrum of labels including the likes of Lone's Magicwire, Church, Unknown to the Unknown and many more. He's based in Budapest and remains a significant presence amidst the realm of underground electronic music. Consistent and well learnt. 

This month he appeared on a remix EP for Ransom Note Records sub label Insult To Injury, reimagining a track by Type 303 for the imprint run by Timothy Clerkin. 

He guides us through his influences below...

"It could have been so rewarding to post some Roy Ayers, Kraftwerk, Larry Heard, Aphex Twin or Boards of Canada. But somehow i found it more honest, personal and interesting to talk about some of my earliest musical influences, some of that super eclectic stuff that made a big impact on me before i found the gates of this amazing musical universe where i live for the last 20 years."


Buy the EP with Gnork's remix of Type 303 HERE.

J.S. Bach - The English Suites

Normal parents tend to avoid the experience of bringing their small kids to a 3 hour symphonic concert, but not mines, luckily. So I had my first life changing musical experience at 4 which was St John’s passion by Johann Sebastian Bach. Decades later my musical interest have changed a lot, but i still consider him as one of my main influences. This is one of my fave tunezz from him. Such a banger. Damn bro, look at those arps and chord changes!

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