Kassem Mosse ‎– Disclosure

Label:
Honest Jon's Records ‎– HJRLP 073
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Stepping On Salt
A2 Phoenicia Wireless
A3 Drift Model
A4 Galaxy Series 7
B1 Collapsing Dual Core
B2 Monomer
B3 Galaxy Series 5
B4 Aluminosilicate Mirrors
C1 Long Term Evolution
C2 Molecular Memories
C3 Purple Graphene
D1 Untitled
D2 Untitled
D3 Untitled

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Notes

The three tracks on side D are untitled locked grooves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HJRLP73 A CGB@D&M -40713-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HJRLP73 B CGB@D&M -40713-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): HJRLP73 C CGB@D&M -40714-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): HJRLP73 D CGB@D&M -40714-

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kakaok

kakaok

April 23, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
A mature and successful departure from house oriented territories into more free offbeat proto electronic experiments. It reminds me of Dopplereffekt. Future classic. I deffinitely wait for his next full LPs to come with biggest attention. One of the best albums 2016, albeit obscure almost.
zurkonic

zurkonic

December 2, 2016
Well, I'm glad to see everyone is generally stoked on this record as I was pretty disheartened to see the unanimous praise that 19 got on discogs...I don't usually check comments but was curious about that one as even though I got a great price on it and listen to it regularly, it doesn't excite me, nor does the MM/KM minialbum. But this album?! Let me put it this way: I just put on his M2 record and for how amazing his bangers are, when he gets weird, inconsistent, he's always on the verge of a massive breakthrough. I wasn't planning on getting Disclosure and hadn't heard any of it, but as soon as we got through the first I'd rather insignificant synth experiments, the SONGS come through...that's right, the world's trackiest musician actually manages to achieve the same degree of spontaneity and emotion
daftcombo

daftcombo

November 11, 2016

I was a big fan of MM/KM and also liked Workshop 19, but this one is boring. "Next level step into or towards alien music" --> ever heard of Autechre?
Only two tracks are ok, the rest is disappointingly dull.
Genshji

Genshji

October 22, 2016
In quite some time, this is a next level step into or towards alien music. Perhaps even ahead of jeff mills. KM has made some excellent music but this is so advanced in sound design and electronic music consciousness. Or perhaps he had contact!?!
Sophuslie

Sophuslie

October 20, 2016
Side D is 3 locked grooves. Not enough words yet
T-Nick

T-Nick

October 19, 2016
Strange and wonderful. Side D is blank though right? I don't think I'm missing any tracks.