The release brings together two live excerpts by Peder Mannerfelt captured from performances in Stockholm over the last year. The recordings focus around Mannerfelt’s investigation of the celebrated EMS Synthi A, the classic British manufactured synthesizer from 1971 central to his live improvised performances. The recordings explore the raw mechanisms of pulsing electronics, analogue oscillators mapped through the Synthi’s cult patch matrix grid of resistive pins. The results illustrate the dense sonic core of this classic machine, as Mannefelt moulds its signal path into an array of sculptural tones and hypnotic cyclical patterns. The release follows on from Mannerfelt’s recent 12″ release Come Closer on We Can Elude Control, and continues his exploration of analogue production and live improvised performance. Stockholm Recorded is released on 12th August 2013 and is available as a limited Mini CD and digital.