Computer – Lee Gamble (tracks: Side A). Design – Allon Kaye. Side A: Computer (de)generated audio by Lee Gamble. Committed to Cassette 2010.
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Birmingham-raised, London-based Lee Gamble is a producer and DJ of exploratory electronic/dance music, and owner of the UIQ label.
Lee Gamble started out as a teenager dj-ing on pirate radio and on the emerging Jungle scene, however his own approach to music has taken a more experimental direction. Exploring the outer realms of abstraction through digital s, Lee has described his current compositional process as. he configuration of material (ex nihilo) via various digital synthesis methods, prompts further disfigurations and reconfigurations. What you then have left is often the detritus or debris of an idea.
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Initially from Birmingham, the London-based producer and DJ Lee Gamble first emerged from the jungle scene, DJ'ing on pirate radio stations and as a founding member of the CYRK collective. He took his early influences and developed his sound productions with an experimental twist, joining the Entr'acte label and releasing the 2006 mini-album 80mm O!I!O, 2009's Join Extensions album, and a 2010 cassette with the musician Yutaka Makino.
Release data: This album was released on the label Entr'acte (catalog number E111). This album was released in 2010-12-17 year. UK. Format of the release is.
Lee Gamble, Yutaka Makino. Lee Gamble is a UK-based artist and electronic music producer with roots in the original jungle-techno and extreme computer music fields. A founding member of the London/ Birmingham based CYRK collective. Caution! All audio materials of Lee Gamble are presented solely for information.
Birmingham-raised, London-based Lee Gamble is a producer and DJ of exploratory electronic/dance music, and owner of the UIQ label. Subsequently, he tracked back to the ‘floor from an oblique angle with the ambient-techno, jungle deconstructions of two defining releases for the PAN label – "Diversions 1994-1996" (2012) and "Dutch Tvashar Plumes" (2012), the latter of which was hailed as FACT Magazine’s "Best British Album" in the "Alternative Brit Awards 2013".
Lee Gamble: I know, especially the first one, although I didn't really spend that much time on it - nowhere near as much as Tvashar. I made it for a radio programme to start with. I've worked solidly since Join Extensions and the tape I did, constantly trying to work out what I'm doing. So as a consequence I've ended up with tons of stuff. I'm doing an EP for Alter actually - Luke Younger 's label - which should be out pretty soon.
|A2||–Lee Gamble||CDGA002.1 (Iteration Edit)|
|B||–Yutaka Makino||19 Single-Channel Audio Works|
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