Matthew Herbert has been busy dropping reissues of his most treasured house gems from the '90s, but let's not forget he's more focused on experimental pastures these days. Foom clearly know, and what better label to carry some intriguing electro-acoustic interplays from the maverick marvel? These pieces were all the product of a week-long residency in Berlin, recorded in front of (and sometimes with the participation of) an audience, and they veer from the bouncing synthesized freakery of "Day Three" to the clangorous baroque composition of "Day Five" and then the minimal experimentation of "Day Seven". There's still no one that does it like Herbert.
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