The long-awaited fourth album from Berlin techno virtuoso René Pawlowitz takes an even bolder step forward than its predecessor, 2012's The Killer. Shed's music - bold, chromatic, and effervescent - is a far cry from the austere, monochrome style for which his adopted hometown has best become known. Arguably, this album is not really techno at all - there's not a four-on-the-floor rhythm in sight on a single one of these tracks
To coincide with the album’s release, Shed has also developed a unique visual component with Berlin based artist collective Transforma. Live A/V gigs have been announced for the Pickle Factory in London and Ohm in Berlin. The Final Experiment’ is set for release on March 10. Watch the trailer for Shed’s visual show with Transforma below.
SHED - The Final Experiment. Under the moniker Shed, René Pawlowitz released three highly ambitious albums in which he defined his work more and more as his own way of musical narration. The Final Experiment is definitely the temporary highlight of this evolution. As musical work it does establish Shed conclusively as one of.
01: Xtra 02: Razor Control 03: Outgoing Society 04: Black Heart 05: Extreme SAT 06: Flaf2. As musical work it does establish Shed conclusively as one of the most interesting and substantial electronic music artists of our time. However, Shed found a way to develop a highly individual way of communicating electronic music, that is self-sufficient.
The Final Experiment, 2017. The Final Experiment, 2017. Razor Control, 03:50.