Scanner: Fibolae Review

Scanner: Fibolae Review

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It feels dismissive to mention that Fibolae , the latest full-length from U.K. electronic artist Scanner (aka Robin Rimbaud), is his first studio album to be released in eight years. That suggests a recluse that sweats over every last sample and beat placement, needing the better part of a decade to get it just right. While there’s no doubt of the care that Rimbaud treats his work with, he’s not been sitting still since 2009’s Rockets, Unto The Edges of Edges . In that time, he has produced music for multiple art installations, theater performances and his own live shows, as well as his collaborations with Wire’s Colin Newman, Polish ensemble Kwartludium and many others. The question isn’t, “What took him so long?” but rather, “How did he find the time to do this?”

The other remarkable aspect of Fibolae is simply how good it is. Considering his busy schedule, […]

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