Blanck Mass is the solo project of Benjamin John Power. The Fack Buttons musician has been making music under the moniker since 2010. His self-titled debut was released on Mogwai's Rock Action in 2011. Described by Fact Magazine as "simultaneously soothing and sweepingly grandiose, esoteric and surprisingly accessible", the album was an elegant, introspective departure from the stadium electronica he had become known for. In 2012, 'Sundowner' - the second track from the album - soundtracked the London Olympics Opening Ceremony. The song was chosen by Underworld's Rick Smith and performed by London's Symphony Orchestra to 900 million people worldwide. Power's newest solo offering, Dumb Flesh, was written, produced and recorded by Benjamin in a number of different locations over the space of a year. It began life in Fuck Buttons' 'Space Mountain' studio, moved into a windowless attic space in Hatch End, North London, then was finished up at Ben's new home in Edinburgh. The geographical spread of the sessions is reflected in the shifting landscapes of the tracks and the ever-changing sound-palette used to realize Dumb Flesh as an expansive body of work.
United Kingdom Release
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