[artist]Robert Henke[/artist] will present ATOM installation with Christopher Bauder at this year's [url=http://www.last.fm/festival/3097023+Unsound+2012,+The+10th+Edition:+THE+END]Unsound Festival[/url] in Kraków.
Murvin01 Of course his work is very experimental and cutting edge ;) Minimal is so broad and covers many different styles of work and worlds of thought, anything stripped of any superfluous material...from Piet Mondrian to Tadao Ando to Philip Glass.. Pretty much anything that has a lot of emptiness would attract a minimal type of signature. I type this listening to Mass Transit Railway.. So excuse me for broadly describing his work as having a heavy minimalist influence.. Yes it is certainly ambient as well, in particular this track.
I stand corrected, still think his work is more experimental that minimal. Compared to all the minimal artists u folks know, how much similarity do u guys find with Monolake tracks?! Artists tagged as experimental have much more in common to Monolake imho. According to discogs: SILENCE (Abstract, Techno, Ambient ) GHOSTS (Abstract, Techno, Ambient ) MOMENTUM (Techno, IDM, Ambient )
Murvin01 Perhaps you need to broaden your Monolake horizons because minimalist or minimal would certainly describe many of his works, particularly his sound installations and releases on Chain Reaction... and on Imbalance Recordings/Computer Music.. Ah pretty much everything, except the real dubby stuff.. Some of which I would still describe as quite minimal :)
@SeanK262: Robert Henke says: Monalake does not fit into any of the strict genre definitions, its not techno, not minimal, it's not dubstep, not ambient. Probably the best description is: Music with a lot of bass, a lot of percussions and a wide and deep sound design.