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Fundamental Harmonics
Rhizome EP
Lepton Quark

Maxi Single & EP
LPK026
Out: 17-06-2019
 
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Rhizome, also called creeping rootstalk, is a horizontal underground plant stem capable of producing the shoot and root systems of a new plant. Ginger, turmeric, lotus or bamboo are examples of rhizo
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Rhizome, also called creeping rootstalk, is a horizontal underground plant stem capable of producing the shoot and root systems of a new plant. Ginger, turmeric, lotus or bamboo are examples of rhizomes. It is also a philosophical concept developed by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari in their Capitalism and Schizophrenia (1972–1980) project. It is what Deleuze calls an "image of thought," based on the botanical rhizome, that apprehends multiplicities. In this release, Fundamental Harmonics explores the captivating behavior of this underground stem running underground horizontally. They strike new roots out of their nodes, down into the soil. They also shoot new stems up to the surface out of their nodes. This rhizome activity represents a form of plant reproduction. These underground plant parts also store nutrients. In the first track, "Rhizome" the syncopated rhythm mimics the hidden propagation of the stem under the soil surface, expanding slowly and surely. The bass pattern reminds of 80's electro arpeggios. During the break, a floating choir elevates in an upper level, it was the rhizome producing its new shoots, ready to spring out of the earth... The second track "Canopy" describe then this new plant, bamboo for instance, up in the air reaching as high as the canopy level. The sound textures and the flow here are deep and luminous. Sweet and powerful. A piano gimmick drives the track, around which aggregate different crystalline synths. the bass is solid, implanted here in the soil, this network of rhizomes has given a lush bamboo grove reaching the canopy. You have now a good idea of what represents this release. Enjoy LPK026 and stay tuned for the next one!
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