Premiere: Matom – Love Mistakes – Planet E Communications
Carl Craig's Planet E imprint is taking a step sideways into new territories.
He's delving his ears into more textural soundscape albums launching this excursion with Matom, aka Radioslave and Thomas Gandey with their 'Love Mistakes' album
Matom began as a one off project to create an hour of music to celebrate the iconic Hansa recording studios in Berlin, a space that's seen everyone from David Bowie and Iggy Pop to Tangerine Dream and Brian Eno. Initial music was loosely based around the recording of David Bowie's 'Low' and the works of Iggy Pop.
Early live explorations saw the duo play with Kosmische figurehead Manuel Gottsching, the Name festival in Lille, France, Berghain Kantine and a show at WMC 2014 for RBMA.
'Love Mistake' features no samples or MIDI, embracing organic music creation at its finest and is given life through the implementation of Fender Rhodes, Moog Voyager, Clavia Nords, Roland Drum Machines, live percussion and guitar from collaborator Paul Sandrone.
Want to know what it sounds like? Get your ears round it in its entirety here: