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Friday, 06 March
Ships in 3 days"Part Man, Part Machine, Cybotron was the synthesis of progressive rock and electronic music experimentation. Conceived by pioneers of the Australian electronic underground, Steve Maxwell Von Braund and keyboardist Geoff Green, together they produced a series of mind-altering cosmic albums throughout the 1970s which set the tone for the Minimal wave and electronic post punk scene of early 1980s Melbourne. Part Tangerine Dream, part Ash Ra Tempel, Cybotron channelled the spirit of Krautrock to create their own unique brand of throbbing Komische electronica rivalling the futuristic vision of their Ger… Read more
Ships in 3 days*Previously unreleased Ozploitation soundtrack from the composer of Mad Max, Patrick and The Day After Halloween* "The notorious 1982 Australian film, Turkey Shoot (Also known as Escape 2000 in the US and Blood Camp Thatcher in the UK) has long been considered the ultimate of Australian Video Nasties. Scored by renowned Australian film composer Brian May (Mad Max, Patrick, The Day After Halloween), the predominantly electronic soundtrack hints stylistically to brooding horror-synth of John Carpenter, the mutant patchbay of Gil Melle’s soundtrack The Andromeda Strain as well as some of … Read more
Ships in 3 days**One half of minimal synth souls Xeno & Oaklander ups the visceral noise quotient to noxious, compelling degrees** "Gyors, Lassù marks an important milestone in the evolution of Martial Canterel's music, progressing far beyond the cages of “minimal synth” and embracing the noisier qualities of its sound with a renewed urgency, a kind of thickness embodied in multiple layers using only eurorack, Serge and Roland 100 modular systems at his disposal and flushing out the entire session in one take. Sine waves are rendered into walls of guitar-like noise on songs like “And I Thought”, while … Read more
Ships in 3 daysLP5/Gantz Graf-style IDM convolutions from Arovane for Touchin' Bass. Anyone expecting his softer side will get a shock here.
Ships in 3 daysDelinquent, deliquescent grime from Damu on return to Keysound. M.I.A. since 2013, his 'Holed In The Hovel' session reveals an even shinier chassis and curdled silicon aesthetic, in chromatic flux somewhere between SOPHIE and PC Music or the most lucent Her Records releases. 'iPolice' starts up like some Matrix sentinel, all laser scanning bleeps and wavey synths with a sci-fi agenda, while 'Whirlybird' rolls out like a mutant mix of Fis-t's 'Night Hunter'. At his maddest, 'Holed Up In The Hovel' wields wild claps and meter-melted Ballroom beats, and 'No Pain, No Gain' gives up frantic, frothing grime patterns infected with some mad computer virus.
Ships in 3 days**2015 Reissue - Includes digital download code redeemable from the label** It's quite some time since that first 7" appeared on Wurlitzer Jukebox, seven years in fact, and it's with great delight that I'm holding their second album in my hands this sunny august afternoon. Previewed last month by 'The Pendulum EP' which, bar the glorious title track, felt and fell a little short of a wondrous return, 'HaHa Sound' is a truly stunning, beautiful album. In an age where great bands fizzle out much too quickly, Broadcast manage to progress, adding inspired studio wizardry and musical i… Read more
Ships in 3 days**2015 Reissue - Includes digital download code redeemable from the label** It's been a long time coming, but Broadcast have made sure it was worth the wait. With a rotating membership that even the most ardent of Warp heads must be struggling with, Broadcast are renowned for tortuous sessions that go right round the houses before making it onto record; but this might just be their special ingredient. From the opening cascade of electronically numb melody and the first glimpse of Trish Kennan's bewitching voice, 'Tender Buttons' is a breathtaking achievement that is positively… Read more
Ships in 3 days**2015 Reissue - Includes digital download code redeemable from the label** I'm of the opinion that Broadcast are the very best thing about Birmingham... and when I say this I'm not passing off the city with a cynical snarl, far from it, but save a few young ladies that shall remain nameless, Broadcast are nudging into first place. In fact, they're partly responsible for teaching me about the wonders of electronic music altogether... growing up in the Midlands made it rather difficult to learn about intriguing alternative sounds and these strange loungey retro-fetishists po… Read more
Ships in 3 days**2015 Reissue - Includes digital download code redeemable from the label** After their mammoth anniversary boxset, we could safely say this is one of the most anticipated and easily the best release on Warp's 2009 schedule. 'Broadcast and The Focus Group investigate Witch cults of the Radio Age' is a dream sequence of sonics for the Hauntology canon, pairing Ghost Box's Julian House, aka The Focus Group, with longtime favourites Broadcast for a head swirl of psychedelic sampling, wistful vocals and charming melodic ephem… Read more