for years he has made a name for himself in the modern electronic music scene but the most outstanding of daniel myer's (countless) projects is architect. three years after lower lip interface hymen records presents the long awaited fifth album: consume adapt create.
the difference between the true creative artist and the impersonator is the way they deal with influences. myer's inspirations range from drum and bass wizards enduser and current value up to breakcore warlords venetian snares and otto von schirach - but it is unmistakably architect you hear in every note of each track. consume adapt create: a unique blend of atmospheric idm, cinematic samples, powerfully distorted sequences, ramming electro grooves, razor-sharp breakbeats, and haunting ambiance. music to move the dancefloor while still creating enough depth and texture for heavy listening through your headphones.
once again, d.myer demonstrates astounding compositions. well-placed sounds and complex arrangements of synthetic noise. as heard on this record: "i see things..." - listen up and see for yourself!
more releases of architect:
hymen records ¥781
released 22 February 2010