September 26, 2008
Rhythmic noise, musique concrete

Krovo's first release, Skk signified the artist's turning point away from reliance on presets and towards a focus on original and more creative sounds. This release was also the last fully software-based release until krxl/Qbd, as following releases primarily used various forms of hardware. Stylistically, the music sits at a crossroads between semi-melodic musique concrete and industrial-esque rhythmic noise. The sound is heavily texturally experimental but retains most other traditional musical sensibilities.

  1. Fn
  2. Skk
  3. Bend
  4. Negative
  5. Radiation
  6. Phantoms
  7. Tri
  8. Morph
  9. Warp
  10. Sync
Skk album cover