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28.09.2022

Crack Mix 468:
Gábor Lázár

Experimental Synth

Gábor Lázár never ceases to intrigue. The Hungarian producer is best known for his solo exploits on labels such as Presto!? and Planet Mu, as well as impressive collaborations with the likes of Mark Fell and Russell Haswell.

Across his entire canon of work, Lázár has taken a fiercely experimental – but never completely out of reach – approach to electronic music and its creation. His newest record, February’s
Boundary Objects for Planet Mu, is a fine example. All of the tracks featured on the record were made on a compositional interface designed by Lázár, recorded in real-time in Budapest and Prague, and presented on the album in dizzyingly raw and unedited form.

Some of these tracks feature here, on Lázár’s rather succinct Crack Mix, alongside previews of unreleased material. Recorded earlier this month in New York, the offering is impeccably executed, abstract and, at its core, incredibly playful. Time to dive in head first.

Gábor Lázár plays Semibreve Festival, Braga, on 27-30 October


See Tracklist
Gábor Lázár – Untitled I
Gábor Lázár – Untitled II
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object VIII. Reinterpreted
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object V
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object VII
Gábor Lázár – Untitled III
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object III. Reinterpreted
Gábor Lázár – Untitled IV
Gábor Lázár – Untitled V

Crack Mix 468: Gábor Lázár

Crack Mix 468: Gábor Lázár

Gábor Lázár never ceases to intrigue. The Hungarian producer is best known for his solo exploits on labels such as Presto!? and Planet Mu, as well as impressive collaborations with the likes of Mark Fell and Russell Haswell.

Across his entire canon of work, Lázár has taken a fiercely experimental – but never completely out of reach – approach to electronic music and its creation. His newest record, February’s
Boundary Objects for Planet Mu, is a fine example. All of the tracks featured on the record were made on a compositional interface designed by Lázár, recorded in real-time in Budapest and Prague, and presented on the album in dizzyingly raw and unedited form.

Some of these tracks feature here, on Lázár’s rather succinct Crack Mix, alongside previews of unreleased material. Recorded earlier this month in New York, the offering is impeccably executed, abstract and, at its core, incredibly playful. Time to dive in head first.

Gábor Lázár plays Semibreve Festival, Braga, on 27-30 October

See Tracklist
Gábor Lázár – Untitled I
Gábor Lázár – Untitled II
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object VIII. Reinterpreted
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object V
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object VII
Gábor Lázár – Untitled III
Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object III. Reinterpreted
Gábor Lázár – Untitled IV
Gábor Lázár – Untitled V
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