• Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    Reviewed by Rob Theakston (all music guide)

    Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    The latest offering from Planet Mu finds Lexanculpt visiting melodic territory last covered by fellow labelmate Dykehouse, but that's where the comparisons end. Cultivating the familiar palette of cut-up glips, crackles, and frantic beats that has become the hallmark of Planet Mu, Lexanculpt takes these concepts and layers them over melodies that would easily find a welcome home on a Kompakt Pop Ambient release or, in its darkest hour (the beautifully symphonic "Le
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  • piano is where it all begins. pure and simple.

    Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    Reviewed by Joshua Bratton (absorb.org)

    Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    with his last release 'double density' ep in 1999, alex graham has kept us waiting anxiously, but his new album 'the blurring of trees', melts the heart and cleanses the soul. at a length of nearly 50 minutes and 11 tracks long, it's the best album, transitionally (never pausing between songs), i've heard in years. this album could be classified in the 'idm' genre, but i find that the best albums are left unclassified.

    the opener 'the tuning of miniature
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  • Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    It was a couple months ago that I heard the name Lexaunculpt (although one Alex Graham has released a couple EPs under the name thusfar). I read enough good words about it that I downloaded the first two tracks from the release and listened to them. The nine minutes passed by and my reaction was one that I don't have very often. Instead of downloading more tracks from the release, or simply hitting repeat, I instantly deleted the tracks and ordered the album. I was
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  • Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    Reviewed by Todd Burns (stylus magazine)

    Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees

    An orchestra is tuning. A radio dial is being turned. A crowd is talking. And so it begins.


    Under the alias of Lexaunculpt, Alex Graham was one of the emergent stars of the American revolution in IDM in the late 90s and early 00s. Coupled along with Phoenicia, Richard Devine, and Kid606 Graham debuted with two strong EP releases that appeared to assure that his upcoming full length was to be a classic. And then he disappeared. Making appearances every so
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