Clark* ‎– Death Peak



Spring But Dark
Butterfly Prowler
Peak Magnetic
Slap Drones
Catastrophe Anthem
Living Fantasy
Un U.K.

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARPLP282 Clark* Death Peak(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Tra) Warp Records WARPLP282 UK 2017 Sell This Version
WARPLP282 Clark* Death Peak(2xLP, Album) Warp Records WARPLP282 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
WARPCDD282 Clark* Death Peak(9xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD282 Europe 2017
WARPCDD282 Clark* Death Peak(9xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD282 Europe 2017
WARPCDD282 Clark* Death Peak(9xFile, WAV, Album, 24-) Warp Records WARPCDD282 Europe 2017
WARPCD282 Clark* Death Peak(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD282 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
BRC-543 Clark* Death Peak(CD, Album) Warp Records, Beat Records BRC-543 Japan 2017 Sell This Version
WARPCD282 Clark* Death Peak(CDr, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD282 2017 Sell This Version


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April 11, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Death Peak, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Tra, WARPLP282
Came across this entirely by accident on Spotify, what an album. I agree with this fabulous sentence in a review I read... "his tracks sound like jittery, rusted iron machines that somehow produce long rainbows of melody, and there are many moments when the tracks cling to the edge of control' - they are thoughtforms of impossible scale, momentarily terrifying,, like interlocking logic exploding unpredicatbly into unsuspecting expansive environments.


January 23, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Death Peak, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Tra, WARPLP282
Why did I decide to put this vinyl in my collection ? Because I discovered a while ago that Clark has become a classic "idm" "warp" "electronic" artist. Going through his discography now and then back in 2018 made me realize he's quite an underrated guy in the idm/electronic world. And so creative ! To me this album proves how techno can become "art-techno" once again [the term I once used for Underworld's "Second Toughest..." album]. He's a guy with vision. This album proves it, with its changing moods etc. A mature artist who really seems to know what he's doing. Great stuff.


April 9, 2018
referencing Death Peak, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP282
Fantastic album. Great cocktail of techno, minimal, dance, trance and even some tech house influences. The vinyl cutting is spot on: dead silent and the music sounds clear but still deep when necessary. However, as the runtimes on all sides are quite short, this record could have been cut at 45rpm (Runtimes: A: 11:30 / B: 11:30 / C: 10:45 / D: 9:55) or have it on 3 sides instead of 4 to save me getting out of my couch once to flip the record.


April 24, 2017
referencing Death Peak, CD, Album, WARPCD282
I reside on a razor blade made of wolfram for the duration of this review. It was delivered to me by the bare hands of the artist himself, wrapped hastily in an expired poster. Here I am observing how, quite inexplicably, the interwoven particles contrasting sonic atmosphere on one hand and a variety of emissions from what must be a night club on the other hand split at the thickness of, I was told, less than a hair, feeding into two separate devices. This one right here more immaculately crafted than the one next to it. They both though synergise as one. In practical terms, I may not have to shave anymore, anywhere, for the foreseeable future.


April 12, 2017
referencing Death Peak, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP282

The most accessible Clark album yet - and that by no means it's any less "Clark", to paraphrase the Pitchfork review. A truly mature sound from an ever-evolving artist, in complete control of his unique style, blending techno with glitch and children's choir, adding a dash of IDM and even EDM, to a rainbow-like, kaleidoscopic effect. From the pulsating strings of "Peak Magnetic" to the melancholy yearning of album highlight "Catastrophe Album", this is bound to enthrall both longtime fans of the artist and newcomers alike.