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Harmony Hacker

by Sevish

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blade A very accessible microtonal album. Most of microtonal stuff out there is just awful, possibly because composers are lost without the familiar scales and mostly produce detuned mess in 24TET. This album, on the other hand, is very deliberate, uses novel harmonies well and shows that there is a warm and welcoming world beyond the twelve tones. The booklet is also a very nice bonus. Favorite track: Orbital.
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Matt DeMello (himself) A high water mark for employing microtonal scales and harmonic relationships on a record that, dare we say, is more pop in ethos than electronica.
Mathieu Jacomy
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Mathieu Jacomy I was obsessed by the track Gleam. It's both clever at leveraging the microtonal scale and a great song by itself. It's beyond the stylistic exercise. Weird and familiar. Awesome! Favorite track: Gleam.
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Orbital 03:54
Ask Yourself 04:36
Same Old 03:59
Gleam 04:26
Freathy 03:47
Vidya 04:40
So Thankful 04:40


Harmony Hacker follows the underground acclaim for Sevish's album Rhythm and Xen (2015), and features his recognizable fusion of upbeat electronic music with microtonal scales. Over the last couple of years Sevish has refined his highly inventive music further. Sounds vary from drum'n'bass to chiptune to house to dreamy soundscapes.


released June 18, 2017


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Sevish UK

Microtonal electronic music by Sevish (Sean Archibald, UK)

Bass, beats, atmospheres, wonky melodies.
Founder of split-notes microtonal netlabel.
Programmer of Scale Workshop tuning software.
Linux + Bitwig user.
Fractal head.
There are more than 12 notes.

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