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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Icarus
OriginLondon, England
GenresElectronic
Years active1997 (1997)–present
Websitewww.icarus.nu

Icarus is a British band from London, England, specializing in electronic drum and bass with elements of experimental jazz and rich instrumentation.[1][2][3] Formed in 1997 by cousins Ollie Bown and Sam Britton, the band's music has been described by Kieran Hebden as "really beautiful and also quite kind of evil".[4] Hebden included an Icarus track, "Benevolent Incubator", on his Late Night Tales compilation, and Icarus also provided a remix of the Four Tet track "My Angel Rocks Back and Forth". Icarus have also remixed Murcof, Lunz, The Creatures, Spartak and Eclectic Method Featuring Chuck D.

Icarus founded the independent label Not Applicable in 2002, which became a collective project with other improvising musicians. In 2008, Ollie Bown moved to Australia, and the band has been less active since then. Bown and Britton work in several other musical projects, but continue to produce music together as Icarus.

In 2012 Icarus released an experimental "album in 1,000 variations" called Fake Fish Distribution, which used parametric software techniques to allow the band to make 1,000 distinct versions of the record, with elements varying such as the rhythmic patterns of drums, effects parameters or the order of progression through the tracks. It was supported by STEIM in the Netherlands and by Ableton, makers of Ableton Live, and used the Max for Live technology to create the software.

Also in 2012, they were commissioned by Aphex Twin to build a piece of software for his Remote Orchestra project, in which he controlled a 32-piece orchestra in real time by sending frequencies to each of the players on headphones. The work was used in a one-off performance at London's Barbican Hall.

Discography

  • Kamikaze (Hydrogen Dukebox)
  • Fijaka (Hydrogen Dukebox)
  • Squid Ink (Output)
  • Misfits (Not Applicable)
  • I Tweet the Birdy Electric (Leaf)
  • Carnivalesque (Not Applicable)
  • Sylt (Rump)
  • All Is for the Best in the Best of All Possible Worlds (Not Applicable)
  • Fake Fish Distribution (Not Applicable)

EPs

  • Moth (Hydrogen Dukebox)
  • Soviet Igloo (Not Applicable)

References

  1. ^ Icarus at AllMusic
  2. ^ "ICARUS - Sylt". Boomkat.
  3. ^ Andrew Bryant (2 June 2003). "Icarus: Six Soviet Misfits". Pitchfork. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  4. ^ "Four Tet interview". BBC Collective. Archived from the original on 11 November 2012. Retrieved 12 February 2021.

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This page was last edited on 12 February 2021, at 22:50
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