Another product of Richard “Aphex Twin” James’ Rephlex steady, Chris Jeffs’ releases as Cylob and Kinesthesia have numbered one of the Cornwall-based imprint’s most famous recent releases. Not really almost as prolific as his close friends and sometime-labelmates Wayne and Mike Paradinas (µ-Ziq), Jeffs offers nonetheless amassed an extraordinary catalog of produces in a comparatively short period of your time. Although he just began tinkering with consumer electronics in 1991, within five years Jeffs released three EPs and three full-lengths — like the cheeky DJ double-pack Loops and Breaks (as Cylob) as well as the sparse ambient of Empathy Package (as Kinesthesia) — furthermore to remixes for Aphex Twin, Bochum Welt, and Immersion. Although concentrating more recently on the refined make of ambient breakbeat and techno, Jeffs’ stylistic palette contains crunchy, industrial-leaning techno, beatless ambient, and new-school electro-funk. [Observe Also: Kinesthesia]
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