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Kit Grill - Mirror Image
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Kit Grill

Mirror Image


Released: 25th November 2013 | 12 track ambient techno album

Mirror Image is the debut album from Kit Grill. Building upon his previous EP Expressions, Grill has made a minimalist experimental record touching on ambient, techno and avant grade structures. Inspired by Phillip Glass and John Cage, repetitive harmonies build and fall throughout the 12 tracks with a cinematic vision of clarity running through the album, as if each track is a scene within a film. Mirror Image was made over 6 months during 2013 with Grill also art directing the record making two music videos and using a photograph he took for the cover. The first 100 record include a print of the album cover.

"Lush synthesised harmonies from musician and artist Kit Grill. The first release on his own Primary Colours label filters warmth and emotion into six separate tunes, each and every one crafted with an evocative form of minimalism. A primitive form of purity punctuated with piano interludes and flashes of motorik-style beauty."
Bleep, Previous EP review
"Electronic music fueled by a crystal-clear vision, a techno-inspired, propulsive music that takes sharp breath of minimalist ideas from the the likes of Aphex Twin and Terry Riley, honing it into a singular language that is warm, serene and highly evocative. A utopian idea of sound runs through the 6 tracks on this 12"
Rough Trade, Previous EP review
"Few debut releases arrive in such impressive fashion as Expressions, a sublime six track release from Kit Grill on the Primary Colours label, with the London based producer not only presenting a clear and concise sonic vision but also demonstrating his talent for design with the screen printed sleeve art. Although very much grounded in the deep, immersive rhythmics of techno, Grill augments his productions with warm melodic sound design that lends each track a distinctive feeling yet there's an overall feeling of cohesion to this collection. You get the sense that he's been influenced by the likes of Neu, Aphex Twin's more serene excursions and the glistening utopian techno of Kenny Larkin but these play out in a subtle fashion as Expressions unfurls with the results encouraging you to return the needle to Side A again and again."
Juno, Previous EP review
"A first album from a minimalist master"
The Independent, Album review