reviews + media features + interviews
hardcore sounds from tehran | review on resident advisor | dec 2018
“zareei kept energy levels high with glitchy beats and the melodies of frayed electronics, as if a chorus of printers, servers and radars had joined up to programme dance music according to their own logic.”
aotearoa audio arts festival | review on the wire | dec 2018
“a blisteringly abrasive display of brutalist, rhythm electronics accompanied by glitchy light-based visuals, executed in the style of ryoji ikeda”
aaa festival| | interview with radio nz | sep 2018
interference [dac] – cross medium light wave distortions | feature on creative applications | jun 2017
machine brut(e), temporal monolithism | feature in neural magazine | may 2017
brutalist architecture informs a series of sound-sculptures | review on vice | may 2016
"much like the music of idm masters autechre, there isn’t simply beauty in the repetition and geometry of the audio, but in the tonal qualities of the sound.
these brutalist-inspired instruments redefine the meaning of industrial music | review on fast company | may 2015
mo zareei's kinetic sound-sculptures | profile on streaming museum | mar 2015
Hg [EP] | review on a closer listen | oct 2013
"Hg is a dynamic debut from a young composer who is willing to take risks right out of the gate. from the sound of this EP, every move has paid off. a clear concept and crisp execution are the marks that we expect will lead to a successful career."