Remaking The Past

by pOnk

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Remaking the Past is a conceptual EP that was released on the Los Angeles based label Mush Records in 2012.

Labelinfo Mush Records: Remaking The Past is the Mush debut for Berlin based musician Frederik Knop, better known as pOnk. His band, the post-rock trio mOck, worked with John McEntire (Tortoise, Sea and Cake) to mix and perfect the sound of their 2012 self-titled debut released on I Love To Hate Records. It soon became clear that the wealth of pristinely recorded individual tracks were the perfect source material for a pOnk project. The sounds were taken apart and then twisted and recombined in unconventional and imaginative ways to create the aptly titled EP, Remaking The Past. The result is not a remix, but a true original work that does not keep to any structure or grouping of sounds defined by the mOck album. Instead the music over twelve continuous minutes slowly morphs as it ebbs and flows much like a time-lapsed view from a car window on a long-trip. With a multitude of ideas and projects in the works, Remaking The Past is a perfect introduction to an artist who is equal parts electronic musician, composer and sound-designer.


released May 29, 2012

Photo: Felix Zimmermann



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mOck Berlin, Germany

Berlin’s mOck deliver an intricate brand of post-whatever, toying with the conventions of punk rock, of indie rock, of various, yet specific, underground sounds. As precise as they are playful, they unfurl their patterns gracefully, one puzzle piece at a time, capturing you in the most clever way, then letting you go just to repeat the ensnarement ad infinitum. ... more

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