MATRIXSYNTH: Jinje Patches for the Novation Peak

Monday, September 09, 2019

Jinje Patches for the Novation Peak


via @WeAreNovation

"Our latest Peak Patches update features Jinje, a skilled DJ and an established electronic solo artist with releases on
@MessrsKickDrum
. 🎛🎚🎹

Check out our newest patches and hear the skill and talent of some incredible sound designers. https://bit.ly/2ZbE33y"

"Jinjé (aka Lee J. Malcolm) is the founding member and principal song writer of experimental Leeds-based band Vessels who have morphed into a maximalist live techno outfit, as evidenced by their last two albums - Dilate, released in March 2015 and The Great Distraction which came out on Different Recordings (PIAS) in Sept 2017. Lee also had a run of techno releases under his Lee J. Malcolm moniker for EPM Records.

Lately, efforts have been concentrated towards his Jinjé project which, following on from the success of Amya (his first release back in 2014), has seen him move from strength to strength with many more releases on Messrs, Kick&Drum and a release on the mighty Ostgut Ton (the in-house Berghain label) with Big Skies which also had a vinyl release. With plenty of support from XLR8R and Nemone at 6music, 2019 has been another positive year including a return to Panorama Bar at The Berghain to perform live and having Jon Hopkins open up his Glastonbury set with I'm Psychic (released Aug 2019).

With plenty more in the pipe line for release and performance, the incorporating of modular synthesis and interactive visuals into his live set, the rest of the year is shaping up to be an interesting one. Watch this space."


Jinjé - Silicon Bubbles | Yutaru Sessions Yutaru Group

No comments:

Post a Comment

PREVIOUS PAGE NEXT PAGE HOME



©2019 Matrixsynth - All posts are presented here for informative, historical and educative purposes as applicable within fair use.
MATRIXSYNTH is supported by affiliate links that use cookies to track clickthroughs and sales. See the privacy policy for details.
MATRIXSYNTH - EVERYTHING SYNTH