|BMW Shuanghuan X5||3:22|
|In The Wreck Room||5:00|
|Many Gods, Many Angels||3:55|
|HDB119D||Lee Gamble||In A Paraventral Scale (7xFile, MP3, EP, 320)||Hyperdub||HDB119D||UK||2019|
|HDB119||Lee Gamble||In A Paraventral Scale (12", EP, Cle)||Hyperdub||HDB119||UK||2019|
|HDB119D||Lee Gamble||In A Paraventral Scale (7xFile, WAV, EP)||Hyperdub||HDB119D||UK||2019|
Gamble's label UIQ recently released an album from ZULI and has another long-player from Nkisi out January 18th. Learn more about Lee Gamble in our 2017 profile. Watch a video for "Many Gods Many Angels. Tracklist In A Paraventral Scale 01. Fata Morgana 02. Folding 03. Moscow 04. BMW Shuanghuan X5 05. Chant 06. In The Wreck Room 07. Many Gods, Many Angels.
Experimental composer and sound artist Lee Gamble will return to Hyperdub for the release of a new three-part album, Flush Real Pharynx. The triptych sonic documentary will explore three stages of what the producer terms the ‘Semioblitz’ - the aggressive onslaught of visual & sonic stimuli of contemporary cities & virtual spaces. The first chapter, In Paraventral Scale, channels Gamble’s singular brand of jungle-inflected hyper-concrète, as he portrays a version of reality illustrated with images of snakes, high-performance vehicles and mirages
In a Paraventral Scale. ☆½ ~ I think this is a good/enjoyable album overall, but at the same time many passages are kinda irregular or simply boring.
In a Paraventral Scale, 2019.
Where apartment building after apartment building builds into a 4/4 rhythm, one after the other after the other.
The first part of "Flush Real Pharynx", an album across 3 separate EPs. Mixed at Spitfire Audio, London. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Lee Gamble's EP In A Paraventral Scale. Sound designer, junglist, composer and DJ Lee Gamble's new EP ‘In A Paraventral Scale’ is a clash of his brand of hyper-concrète, where unmanned vehicles hover, steel ball bearings roll and scatter, jet engines end up as smashed objects, voices instruct, orchestral instruments morph into the sounds of doppler-shifting vehicles – all this distilled into signature jungle mirages, with brash, restless. DJ Stingray-style 160bpm electro and haunting ambience