Vladislav Delay ‎– Vantaa

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Luotasi 8:11
Henki 9:13
Lipite 7:54
Narri 7:12
Vantaa 6:37
Lauma 8:29
Levite 7:07

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
R-N 136 Vladislav Delay Vantaa(CD, Album) Raster-Noton R-N 136 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
R-N 136 Vladislav Delay Vantaa(8xFile, FLAC, Album) Raster-Noton R-N 136 Germany 2011
none Vladislav Delay Vantaa(CDr, Album, Promo) Not On Label none Belgium 2011 Sell This Version
R-N 136 Vladislav Delay Vantaa(CDr, Album, Promo) Raster-Noton R-N 136 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
none Vladislav Delay Vantaa(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Vladislav Delay Self-Released) none Finland 2013

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Nostradamus7

Nostradamus7

September 1, 2013
referencing Vantaa, CD, Album, R-N 136

This is akin to the newer Autechre releases in that there is masterful sounds and tweaks, but the offbeat is too off-putting. I'd prefer to listen to the ambient scapes behind the beats.
JollyJunkie

JollyJunkie

December 31, 2012
referencing Vantaa, CD, Album, R-N 136

Henki is only 54 seconds long on my copy, while Lipite is 15:45 long. Does anybody know why?
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

July 3, 2012
referencing Vantaa, CD, Album, R-N 136
Sasu Ripatti has been on a roll lately. I am mostly impressed by his collaborations with a handful of artists. There is his work with the critically acclaimed Moritz Von Oswald Trio alongside Max Loderbauer and of course Moritz von Oswald, with a handful of releases on Honest Jon’s Records, from Vertical Ascent (2009) to Horizontal Structures (2011). And then, as if working in a trio is not enough, Ripatti formed his very own Vladislav Delay Quartet, comprising of Derek Shirley, Lucio Capece and the one and only Mika Vainio (aka Ø and member of Pan Sonic), with a self titled 2011 release on the very same Honest Jon’s. Not to forget Ripatti’s full work as Sistol on Halo Cyan Records, his output as Uusitalo on Huume, and yet another project release as Luomo on Moodmusic. So when does he have the time to release as Vladislav Delay, and more importantly, for the first time appearing on Raster-Noton? And how does he decide which alias to use for a particular album? I’ll see if I can track him down to answer these questions, but meanwhile let’s get back to Vantaa.

Vantaa is a living, breathing organism of percussive shuffles, synthy wobbles, and bubbling grit. Like a metallic machine, that has its own heartbeat, it gurgles in the open space full of reverb and delay. One rhythm of the track is interleaved with another rhythm, the instruments lingering at their own pace, staggering past each other in interwoven layers. Although the nature Vantaa is undoubtedly electronic, its aesthetic is indeed organic, vitalized with complex textures and patterns that ripple on their very own. Unlike the pristine surgical lab of Raster-Noton’s catalog, the sound on Vantaa is incredibly dense, at times suffocating the barely audible structure. Yet further listens allow the protagonist to peel back the layers to reveal a fragile growing sprout of a new life, beneath that wobble, grit and grime.

Vantaa marks a 10th anniversary release for Ripatti as Vladislav Delay. By now, the output of his moniker has been perfected to perfectly blend organic matter into his staple mixture of dub and techno. Ripatti sonic approach to produce seemingly random elements, fractured motifs and syncopated percussion has earned him worldwide recognition. His undeniable contribution to evolution of electronic music is archived by labels such as Mille Plateaux, Leaf, BPitch Control, and his very own Huume Recordings. I’m happy to see a relationship form between Ripatti and Raster-Noton, and will watch the development of this hopefully lasting collaboration for the years to come.
Gott

Gott

December 31, 2011
referencing Vantaa, CD, Album, R-N 136

Wonderfull! ....Like his old Released on Mille Plateaux....perfect!!!
plastikman5

plastikman5

December 4, 2011
referencing Vantaa, CD, Album, R-N 136

This is without doubt (IMHO), the best music release this year, this release has everything...ambient, glitch, dub, mimimal...and most important of all, it has soul. On repeated listenings you hear different nuances, extremely beautiful crafted music...this is an essential release...Sasu has moved the genre's on a step further again...in fact why I am I trying to classify this music at all...it has everything...genius indeed.