Modeselektor – One of Thom York’s favorite bands

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And that says it all.

Modeselektor formed in Berlin, featuring Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. The group draws heavily from IDM, glitch, electro and hip hop. They produce all their material with self-developed software and MIDI controllers.

In 1999 Modeselektor signed its first remix contract and began working with Pfadfinderei, a Berlin based VJ and design collective. In 2000, Modeselektor met Ellen Allien, making BPitch Control their home label. Modeselektor has also been involved in collaborative efforts; Moderat – a musical collaboration between Modeselektor and Apparat, Pfadselektor – a music/visual collaboration between Modeselektor and Pfadfinderei, and with Rhythm & Sound’s Paul St. Hillaire.

Happy Birthday

Modeselektor feat. Thom Yorke – The White Flash

Modeselektor feat. Sasha Perera – Silikon

Modeselektor & Pfadfinderei – My mosquee is my cathedral

Modeselektor & Pfadfinderei – Tits of my origin

Moderat / Pfadfinderei — 6-Minuten-Terrine (just for the sake of visuals)

Modeselektor – Black Block (for the fans of IDM Minimal sumthing)

Web, MySpace,

http://www.bpitchcontrol.de
http://www.myspace.com/bpitchcontrol
http://www.elevenseven.de

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4 Responses to “Modeselektor – One of Thom York’s favorite bands”

  1. domnux Says:

    The White Flash is my favourite.

  2. minha galera Says:

    Duhhhh!!!

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