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About Clark

A prolific producer and composer who sidesteps easy classification, Clark's music teeters between exuberance and foreboding undercurrents. His juxtapositions of gritty synths, breakbeats, noise, and nods to house and techno took on many forms: On 2001's Clarence Park, he imbued them with frosty nostalgia; on 2006's Body Riddle, he fortified them with orchestral and jazz flourishes. As the years passed, Clark found wide-ranging ways to express the abrasive and reflective sides of his music. He alternated between them on 2008's hard-hitting Turning Dragon and 2012's pastoral Iradelphic; on 2017's Death Peak and 2021's Playground in a Lake, he combined them unpredictably. Clark's approach was a natural fit for soundtrack work, and his music for the television series The Last Panthers and Kiri (which he later expanded into 2019's Kiri Variations), and the 2019 film Daniel Isn't Real earned as much acclaim as his own albums. ~ Heather Phares

St. Albans, England
August 29, 1979

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