Since his beginnings back in 2008, Chevel has built up a solid catalogue of subtly-evolving techno mechanics and gnarled minimal rhythms with meticulous detailing, releasing no less than 15 EPs and two albums over the course of the years.
Displaying his talents on a cluster of labels including Non Series, Enklav and Stroboscopic Artefacts – most notably christening the imprint’s Monad series, the man keeps making thought-provoking techno and off-kilter 4 / 4 motifs his winning recipe.
“Chevel has gained a mastery over several compositional elements: Polaroid-like slow melodic fades, sharp ricocheting beats, and simply making one’s headphones feel like a viable means of physical transportation“.
Consisting of 12 cuts of both playful, engaging techno cuts and more spectral grooves, providing a lush variety of elements and FXs-charged movements, Blurse promises to mess with your mind and body in equal measure.
Blurse is scheduled for release via Stroboscopic Artefacts on 25th September 2015.
A2. The Windrunner
A3. Down and Out
B1. Low Roof
B2. Watery Drumming
C1. Flippant Remark
C2. Identity Switch
C3. Loop #42
D2. Loop #33
D3. A Form Of Love