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Hyph11E has an ace in the hole with debut album ‘Aperture’

The 10-track LP is out on SVBKVLT next month

  • Words: Patrick Hinton | Photo: Dalia
  • 10 September 2020
Hyph11E has an ace in the hole with debut album ‘Aperture’

Hyph11E is releasing her debut album ‘Aperture’ via SVBKVLT on October 16.

As its title indicates, the 10-track release takes inspiration from the theme of holes.

SVBKVLT explains: “Holes are ontologically parasitic - they are always within something else and cannot exist in isolation. Holes accompany us throughout our lives, dilative and devoured, fillable but indispensable. On one hand, they are the driven force for evolution, on the other hand, holes are also the layer of scab that signals growth. Without tearing, cutting and gluing, we cannot create or eliminate a hole. Topologists use the number of holes to distinguish geometric objects. In the same method, in the closed circuit of Encrust and Erosion, we became idiographic individuals.”

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It marks the Shanghai-based artist’s second solo outing on SVBKVLT following 2017’s ‘Vanishing Cinema’ EP, and her first full-length release. The artwork was designed by Wang Newone.

Pre-order ‘Aperture’ via Bandcamp. Listen to ‘Knots’ and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:
1.Encrust
2.Accretion
3.Knots
4.Bailys Beads
5.Barnacles
6.Doppelgänger
7.Infiltration
8.Shatter
9.Get Out From Under
10.Erosion

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Features Editor, follow him on Twitter

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