Those with their eye on Matière Mémoire will have already spotted Hampus Lindwall’s name running through their catalog. He’s already contributed collaborative releases with Phill Niblock, Susana Santos Silva, and Torbjörn Zetterberg. The first solo outing for the label by the Paris based organist, composer, and experimental musician, Lost & Found (MMXX-15), raises his already high bar. A joyously ambitious solo composition for the Roland TB-303 and Boss BE-5 multi-effect, it effortlessly warps the borders of definition, genre, and form.
Ranging from the introspective to the ecstatic, Lindwall’s Lost & Found (MMXX-15) is a startling gesture of electronic music, seamlessly incorporating diverse elements and touchstones - electronic dance music, minimalism, and forward-thinking, synthesizer based abstraction - into a seamless, highly individualised and visionary form whole.
A singular and striking world of pulsing, organized sound, Lindwall’s Lost & Found (MMXX-15) stands tall among our favourite release in the entire MMXX Series. Issued in a limited edition of 500 copies, on a single sided crystal clear vinyl LP with a laser engraved artwork on the other, housed in a transparent sleeve printed with the MMXX logo, and containing an artist print by Lindwall, this one is going to fly off the shelves. Don’t sleep.
Matière Mémoire presents the MMXX Series. In anticipation of the year 2020, Matière Mémoire asked 20 great artists to create an original 20 minutes piece and an artwork. Throughout this year, each quarter will see the release of 5 new vinyls, available individually or as a bundle. Each record is limited at 500 copies and comes as a crystal clear vinyl featuring an original track of 20 minutes on one side, and a laser engraved artwork on the other. Each contained in a transparent sleeve printed with the MMXX logo, and each coming with a print of the artist artwork.