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- Posted on Jan 9th 2007 9:58AM by Mike Spinella
In the mid-'90s, Matthew Herbert released three EPs of groundbreaking deep-electro house, which later became known as the '100 Lbs.' LP. The recordings still stand up today, even though Herbert's work leading up to last year's acclaimed 'Scale' LP has been a radical artistic departure.
Jamie Lidell credits Herbert as a mentor in moving from production in Super_Collider to a live artist. Herbert has produced remixes for artists including R.E.M., Serge Gainsbourg, the Avalanches and Cornelius. Herbert also programmed three tracks on Bjork's super-experimental masterpiece 'Vespertine.'
On January 23, you can experience the tracks from Herbert's early days all over again with a double CD re-release of '100 Lbs.,' which includes a full disc of rarities. Keep reading to download 'Freeze.'
Herbert - 'Freeze' (MP3)
A rarity originally taken from the 'Free Zone' 12" in 1996.
The '100 Lbs.' double CD reissue is released on January 23. Pre-order it.
Get more info on K7's Herbert microsite.