After seven albums for the legendary Warp Records, Clark’s 2014 self-titled LP offered a tidy overview of his illustrious and shape-shifting career, bringing unique production elements and a keen ear for detail to the fore on techno bangers and bringing the new noise to the world with a live A/V show maximised for festival and dance-floor destruction. He now returns in 2017 with Death Peak, an album that deftly weaves together the various threads of his extensive work, intertwining euphoric melodies and visceral rhythms of warehouse rave with newer vocal and choral elements.
Clark recently released a split 12-inch with label mates Mark Pritchard & Bibio and worked remixes with the likes of Nils Frahm and Max Richter. Significantly, Clark has turned his hand to scoring. He released the foreboding cinematic soundtrack to the 2016 BAFTA nominated Sky Atlantic series ‘The Last Panthers’ and composed a score for Macbeth at the Young Vic theatre. Late in 2016 he composed ‘Enter The Void’ for especially The Echo Society orchestra, conducted by Joe Trapanese (M83 & Daft Punk collaborator) and performed at the historic Ace Theatre, LA.
His studio sound has evolved and matured over two decades; although he would say he’s only just starting. His amorphous industrial noise has ever-grown and influenced producers, dancefloors and directors around the world.