British sound artist Philip Jeck has been one of modern electronic music’s vital figures since the early 1990s. Working with turntables and modified electronics the composer creates surreal, swirling works of beautifully decayed ambient music. His unique sound transcends such labels however. Incorporating elements of noise music, minimalism and textural electronica Jeck has created an instantly recognizable style and continues to influence many in the avant-garde. He is widely considered one of the most important abstract electronic composers of his generation.
Born in 1952, Jeck went on to study visual arts at Dartington College of Arts in Devon, England. At some point in the early 1980s he began to experiment with record players and electronics.... Read More