J.G. Biberkopf is a Lithuanian sound artist who lives in Berlin, and in 2015 was namechecked as part of a new wave of cybernetic club music by critic Adam Harper for The FADER. Jagged and unpredictable, Biberkopf's densely layered compositions borrow from all over the musical spectrum, in an overwhelming and accelerationist style that mimics the chaos of online life.
Biberkopf released his debut album Ecologies on Kuedo's leftfield imprint Knives in 2015, and followed it up with the psychedelic, collage-like Ecologies II the following year. On his new EP Fountain of Meaning, for off-the-wall Swiss label Danse Noire, he's feeling somewhat more meditative, but still exploring that overflow of information. On "Dance of Relating," premiering below, the chopped-up sounds of Catholic churches and pre-medieval music flow unendingly into one another like gushing water.
In an email to The FADER, he explained: "I wrote this, as most of Fountain of Meaning, in complete delirium; not having any sense of self-control left." Listen below.