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Gábor Lázár
 
After releasing a split tape with Russell Haswell, Gábor Lázár's first album ILS made its way through Lorenzo Senni's label Presto!? in early 2014, then he joined to The Death Of Rave and released EP16 which was #8 on Boomkat's Top 100 Singles. His music has been described as “glorious and actually pretty damn funky” by The Guardian, as “a Robert Hood CD glitched up” by Norman Records, and mentioned by Secret Thirteen as “challenging, dynamic and strictly mathematical composing style varying between extreme academism and some kind of reasonable musical barbarism, Gábor is currently building a future of electronic music”. In 2014 Gábor started to collaborate with Mark Fell and released a 2LP album The Neurobiology Of Moral Decision Making in 2015 which was #11 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 20 Best Avant Albums and #3 on Boomkat's Favourite 100 Albums of the year. It was mentioned by Norbergfestival as “one the highest acclaimed experimental albums of recent years”, described by Norman Records as “the most rhythmically radical and seizure-inducing futurist electronica being made on planet Earth right now” and by Resident Advisor as a major breakthrough of his. Gábor Lázár lives and works in Budapest.
 
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2017
Shelter Press
Budapest-based composer Gábor Lázár debuts on Shelter Press with his second full length album, Crisis of Representation: these 8 tracks created from one single type of sound constitute a true example of experimentation in the field of extreme computer music.

2017
Shelter Press
Budapest-based composer Gábor Lázár debuts on Shelter Press with his second full length album, Crisis of Representation: these 8 tracks created from one single type of sound constitute a true example of experimentation in the field of extreme computer music.