The End Of Industry
by Lapalux

— Released 13th October 2017 on Brainfeeder

Following the release of his third album “Ruinism” in June 2017 (accompanied by startling visuals courtesy of Marielle Tepper and Hirad Sab) Lapalux returns with brand new music in the shape of “The End Of Industry” EP on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint. 

“The premise of this EP was to make something that resembled the current automated world we’re now living in,” he explains. “Computerised machines are now taking over a vast majority of industrial tasks and this ...

Following the release of his third album “Ruinism” in June 2017 (accompanied by startling visuals courtesy of Marielle Tepper and Hirad Sab) Lapalux returns with brand new music in the shape of “The End Of Industry” EP on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint. 

“The premise of this EP was to make something that resembled the current automated world we’re now living in,” he explains. “Computerised machines are now taking over a vast majority of industrial tasks and this EP is a window into that transitioning world.”

The EP’s sonic palette comes from, in part, self-modulating and self-generative modular patches and from played in, recorded motifs and instrumentation as well as heavy editing. “Having this human touch and adding a human aesthetic shows that human interaction is still necessary in the process of creation and manipulation,” Lapalux explains. “This EP is my take on the idea of the Human vs the Machine.”

The End Of Industry
by Lapalux

— Released 13th October 2017 on Brainfeeder

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Tracklist

  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Complectual
  2. 2
    Holding On
  3. 3
    Shape Sharper
  4. 4
    Alpha-Plus
  5. 5
    Smoke Streams
  6.  
    Play All (5)
  1. 1
    Complectual
  2. 2
    Holding On
  3. 3
    Shape Sharper
  4. 4
    Alpha-Plus
  5. 5
    Smoke Streams
  6.  
    Play All (5)

Following the release of his third album “Ruinism” in June 2017 (accompanied by startling visuals courtesy of Marielle Tepper and Hirad Sab) Lapalux returns with brand new music in the shape of “The End Of Industry” EP on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint. 

“The premise of this EP was to make something that resembled the current automated world we’re now living in,” he explains. “Computerised machines are now taking over a vast majority of industrial tasks and this ...

Following the release of his third album “Ruinism” in June 2017 (accompanied by startling visuals courtesy of Marielle Tepper and Hirad Sab) Lapalux returns with brand new music in the shape of “The End Of Industry” EP on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint. 

“The premise of this EP was to make something that resembled the current automated world we’re now living in,” he explains. “Computerised machines are now taking over a vast majority of industrial tasks and this EP is a window into that transitioning world.”

The EP’s sonic palette comes from, in part, self-modulating and self-generative modular patches and from played in, recorded motifs and instrumentation as well as heavy editing. “Having this human touch and adding a human aesthetic shows that human interaction is still necessary in the process of creation and manipulation,” Lapalux explains. “This EP is my take on the idea of the Human vs the Machine.”