Why Be’s use of modulated rhythm and atmosphere is oddly familiar, in the way Kyselina’s forest renderings speak to a domestic if not diseased context, and in the way a low-lit 3D candle next to leather-bound books seems equally comfortable and terrifying. Snipestreet is as diseased as it is utilitarian. His rhythms generate in a manner that calls to mind the naturalism of stark hardware manipulation, yet there is clear digital degradation interspersed through his free use of sampled sounds that pockmark driving kicks, hi-hats, and claps.
Why Be – Snipestreet. Tracklist 1. Heroin Hat 2. Whalin (Kyselina OST) 3. Deeq 4. Late (Laser Ha) Rabit’s Halycon Veil label swerves left with a freakish 2nd release coming from the Korean-born, Danish-raised Why Be – a member of DJ Hvad’s Syg Nok squad, Janus regular and contributor of Total Freedom’s ‘Blasting Voices’ compilation. Equal measures of grime, bumpy techno and internet-world electronics tot up to a frictional but fluid batch tripping across imagined ‘floor-spaces and the stranger black holes between their cracks.
released October 4, 2016. supported by 44 fans who also own notypestreet ('snipestreet' decomposed). Amazing collection!!!! adding a lot of east elements. josee wu. go to album. Seek:Inclusive by Kid Antoine. supported by 35 fans who also own notypestreet ('snipestreet' decomposed). THE ART OF FIGHTING by False Witness. supported by 33 fans who also own notypestreet ('snipestreet' decomposed). A Palace in Time by Abe Hollow.
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16 Oct 2015 · 4 tracks. 16 Oct 2015 · 4 tracks.
Rabit Communion Tour Why Be Snipestreet Release w/ Lotic. Hosted by Simon Kaiser.
snipestreet (HALC002) by Why Be, released 16 October 2015 1. Late (Laser Ha) Equal measures of grime, bumpy techno and internet-world electronics tot up to a frictional but fluid batch tripping across imagined 'floor-spaces and the stranger black holes between their cracks
Meet Why Be, The Danish Producer Turning Emotional Scraps Into Sonic Fire. Copenhagen’s Tobias Lee thrived on radical undefinability but now he’s joined Rabit’s new label to try something new: release a record. By Alexander Iadarola. Snipestreet is a reference to the street I was homeless on when I finished the EP under very teenage, broke circumstances. I lived with two of my very good friends there, but I was technically homeless and still looking for places. That street ended up defining the whole last process of finishing a lot of the music, because it was a very dysfunctional and upsetting part of my life in many ways.