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Squarepusher's tenth album, Hello Everything is due for release on October 16th. Fitting in sound, the album celebrates Tom Jenkinson's (Squarepusher) first decade as a pioneering musician, displaying a confidence and maturity from an artist who, in his uncompromising stance throughout his career has gained much critical acclaim and a devout following. This latest inimitable instalment is an exhilarating compendium, effortlessly flexing his versatility as a producer.
Squarepusher's music resists categorisation, skipping freely across genres by what some have described to encompass two-step, hardcore, breaks, jazz, funk, contemporary classical and more.
Hello Everything brings together a prismatic array of tonal colours, harmonic diversity and carefully controlled rhythm. From the surreal and apparently unironic title onwards, we gain an impression of a man genuinely enjoying himself. In Hello Everything, Squarepusher sounds as if he is finally free of the "one-man cultural battleground" responsibility of his more opaque earlier work. Certainly it is a far cry from the psychedelic jazz-anoia of Music is one rotted note and the later vocal works 50 cycles and F-Train. Hello Everything is simpler than that, and no doubt some will think better for it. Either way, it is a joy to behold.
Flea from the Chili Peppers "Squarepusher, is the best electric bass player on the earth, he is pushing the instrument the farthest he is the best"
"Unlike the pop world, the real challenge in music today lies with artists like Squarepusher" Thom Yorke
'He's totally amazing to me and I'm trying to figure out what he is doing.' Andre 3000
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