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Various - Clicks And Cuts Five - Paradigm Shift MP3

Various - Clicks And Cuts Five - Paradigm Shift MP3

Performer: Various
Title: Clicks And Cuts Five - Paradigm Shift
Style: Abstract, Glitch, IDM, Experimental, Ambient, Minimal
Released: 07 May 2010
Cat#: MP 300
Country: Germany
Label: Mille Plateaux
Size MP3 version: 1753 mb
Size FLAC version: 2845 mb
Size WMA version: 2169 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 534
Genre: Electronic

Various - Clicks And Cuts Five - Paradigm Shift MP3


1ScattertapeShelving A Tempered String (Intro)1:00
2Yu MiyashitaScrypt3:43
3AmetsubRepeatedly (Video Edit)4:41
4ManatholBAKETO (C&C Cut)4:18
5Aoki TakamasaRN4-09 (Short Version)5:36
6LodsbEve (CD Only Evac Track)4:25
7Gultskra & Artiklerw3:59
8KiyoBear In. Warm-Noiz (C&C Fade)3:32
9LoomIsolex 034:10
10NicolausInner (C&C Fade)5:28
12RimaconaMessage (CD Only Evac Track)5:38
13AlinoeIl (Outro)1:24
14KliveSweaty Psalms4:22
16Wyatt KeuschObject 02 (C&C Cut)4:26
17Sifa DiasEitec Aa (C&C Fade)3:14


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MP 300Various Clicks & Cuts 5.0 - Paradigm Shift ‎(2x12", Album, Comp + CD, Album, Comp, Fre)Mille PlateauxMP 300Germany2010
MP 300Various Clicks & Cuts 5.0 - Paradigm Shift ‎(CD, Comp, Promo)Mille PlateauxMP 300Germany2010
MP300JPVarious Clicks & Cuts 5.0 - Paradigm Shift ‎(CD, Comp, Dig)Mille PlateauxMP300JPJapan2010


CD edition contains 2 bonus "Evac" tracks not available in the regular digital edition.
Comes in a nice 6-sided digisleeve.


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  • ASIN: B003GRW6LK


After reading the debate of principles over the right to continue Mille Plateaux, I have to say that I disagree with both sides. One the one hand it was Achim's brainchild, but why not continue it in his vein? On the other hand the answer of new labelowner Marcus is quite childish and posting his press release as a review with 5/5 here, really disqualifies him from this debate. Now, nobody spoke about the music yet, and I will have to give it a try: What do we get here? In comparison to older C+Cs this in not so much a mixed bag, the songs all sound rather the same, as if made by the same artist. That can be because giving the "new old" label an identity, but it also making the compilation a bit boring. It is glitch, most of it sounds like Autechre circa 1993, so the "Paradigm Shift" doesn't seem to be a big one, this time. I think you easily get the impression here, that someone wants to cash in with the established idea of glitch music. I find it okay to release "old genres", as you can see with the new jungle/dub trend, but there definitely has to be some kind of innovation in it. You cannot release Beatles-styled songs today without referring to the original and expecting the people are not comparing. There are many tracks on this compilation, all of them with a standard length of circa 4 minutes (I found out, that the tracks are edited to that standard length for including them all - that is really a bad idea, standardisizing the already samey tracks even more), and I really find it hard to find a song that really sticks out. Sure, it is warm and electronic music, but nothing I want to hear again. Ametsubs "Repeatedly" and Marows "e.coli" are the only tracks I can recommend. The only good thing about MP 2.0 is that I am going to listen again to the old MP 1.0 releases! 0/5
Obviously not, otherwise your post wouldn't haven been deleted here. A review is is based on a neutral view, that you for sure do not have. And this is not a political election. Sure you love the CD, that is your right, but releasing a press notification as review is indeed bad style. All posts here prove that the label owner has a big problem in tolerating critical views, even if they are well justified. You cannot change my opinion in constantly mailing me and posting disagreeing answers to my review.
mille plateaux as well as a bunch of other labels of force inc. was founded by achim szepanski who was a distinguished philosopher still active in this field lecturing about the philosophical legacy of gilles deleuze and other associated philosophers. the label attained its legendary status as all other legendary labels through the personality of its founder. putting it plain: force inc. and mille plateaux were cool because achim is cool. philosophy fed the label, it's not a game like it is now for relaunchers (read all there quasiphilosophical sentences on the site). the problem with the comp is the same as with all such relaunches: they will never truly understand what was actually behind each release, how achim judged about their potentials and many others. again: achim never wanted to become cool for coolness sake. it just happened, it simply came while he was doing his thing later also came money and fame. musically the new version of the label might be a good start to get to know glitch, idm and other fashionable and hype genres from the past. if you want something truly new, not quasi-new, then forget about mille plateaux 2.0.btw achim could relaunch it but he never did it. it's a good point to start thinking that glitch, idm and other fashionable and hype genres from the past are dead now and he doesn't see anything interesting there. clicks & cuts 5 as a compilation of dead music, a musical necrophilia?
I don't care if a music style is cool or not, neither I care if a person is cool or not. I allways liked the label for it's "UN-coolness" or better: for it's independant music style for it's all about the music! FUCK COOLNESS! And by the way, in my opinion achim is far away to be cool, because if you are "cool" you don't write books! Moby said once, when he toured with 'the Prodigy' that he wished to be cool, but the cool people come because of prodigy and the strange, intellectual persons come for him. That is similar with szepanski - Luckily it is! The music on Mille Plateaux was and in fact is on that album absolutely UNCOOL!
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this release is almost 10 years too late, and reaches not even the level of the first clicks & cuts releases of original mille plateaux label by oval in 1994 or snd in 1996.
luckily there is no Oval on it, maybe this makes it more listenable. In Fact I like noise and distorted Rythms, I can easily abandon listening to digital scratches only performed through broken and distorted compact disks!