Today, German producer Skee Mask releases his third solo album via Ilian Tape, delivering 18-tracks of genre bending electronics spanning ambient, breakbeat, IDM and techno. Mastered
At its core, ‘Compro’ feels like an album of classic design, comprising twelve tracks of similar lengths, with no filler, half-baked ideas, or perfunctory concessions at any stage. It has been pitched as an evolution of the techno album and as an experimental electronic journey, the past perfected and a blueprint of the future.
After two promising VAs and a debut solo instalment courtesy of Yamer partner in crime Jonas Friedlich two years ago, Munich-based imprint Molten Moods recently landed their fourth outing, featuring local staples Jonas Yamer, Skee Mask, Konrad Wehrmeister and Kessel Vale. All in all a fine-tuned tour de force, strongly cohesive and impeccably curated.