安全购物

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

安全购物

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

Tropic Of Cancer

View:
Options
Items 1 to 13 of 13 on page 1 of 1
  1. HTRK - "Fascinator"
  2. HTRK - "Synthetik"
  3. HTRK - "Poison"
  4. Tropic Of Cancer - "More Alone"
  5. Tropic Of Cancer - "Color"
  6. Tropic Of Cancer - "Temporary Vessels"
out of stock $14.34
I Feel Nothing (180 gram vinyl 1-sided etched 12")
Cat: SHP #5.2. Rel: 08 Nov 12
Rock (All)
  1. A Feast
  2. Wake The Night
  3. Children Of A Lesser God
Review: This year has seen Tropic Of Cancer stealthily plot a successful course for total infiltration of our affections, with some well chosen releases laying down the foundations of expectation for the band's much vaunted debut album, slated for release on Blackest Ever Black next year. This eminently collectable three track release for Belgian imprint Sleeperhold will no doubt jostle for first place with that wonderfully atmospheric 12" on Mannequin and split HTRK release on Ghostly for best Tropic Of Cancer release of 2012. It's "Children Of A Lesser God", the final exquisite track that will floor most people, capturing Camella Lobo and company at their most powerful. Spartan drum machines and nerve tingling guitars form the backbone of this stunning seven minute track as Lobo's undeniably plaintive delivery sinks ever deeper into the murky recesses.
Read more
Played by: Chuggy, Kondaktor
out of stock $20.96
The Sorrow Of Two Blooms (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: BLACKEST 003B. Rel: 02 Aug 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. A Color
  2. Temporal Vessels
  3. Dive (Wheel Of The Law)
Review: Ahead of Camella Lobo's forthcoming debut Tropic Of Cancer album for Blackest Ever Black, the London label return to one of her most prized recorded moments, The Sorrow Of Two Blooms. Originally released back in 2011, this three track 12" was Tropic Of Cancer at a stage when Juan Mendez was still involved and listening back now it's all too easy to understand why so many have fallen under it's spell. There's a spectral delight to the manner in which "A Colour" unfolds, with Lobo's voice drenched beneath the reverberant drone but clinging to foggy strings that embellish the track with a certain degree of light. The languid thump of "Temporal Vessels" lays Lobo's vocals so deep in the mix you are worried she's trapped down a well whilst "Dive (Wheel Of The Law)" is perhaps Tropic Of Cancer at their mystifying, bewitchingly hypnotic best. Spread across the B Side, it comes cloaked in viscous fuzz, Lobo's yearning yet indecipherable vocals seemingly glued to the pensive guitar lines. The result is utterly captivating.
Read more
out of stock $10.98
More Alone (1-sided 7")
Cat: BLACKEST 019. Rel: 02 Aug 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. More Alone
Played by: Tripeo, Ali Renault
out of stock $6.61
Restless Idylls (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BLACKESTLP 005. Rel: 20 Sep 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Plant Lilies At My Head
  2. Court Of Devotion
  3. Hardest Day
  4. Children Of A Lesser God
  5. More Alone
  6. The Seasons Won't Change (& Neither Will You)
  7. Wake The Night
  8. Rites Of The Wild
Review: Hinted at it in transmissions from Blackest Ever Black for some time now, the chance to grasp the debut album from Tropic Of Cancer will be greeted greedily by the group's fans. Those intoxicated by Tropic Of Cancer releases thus far for Downwards, Mannequin and Blackest Ever Black will not be disappointed one iota by Restless Idylls, an eight track album recorded solely by Lobo in LA and subsequently graced with production work from Regis. Indeed it's the Downwards boss who teases extra emotive levels out of TOC gems such as "Children Of A Lesser God" whose central synth motif takes on whole new consuming levels of psychedelia here in comparison to the version that originally featured on last year's EP I Feel Nothing. Its factors such as this that lend the album a shining clarity that separates Restless Idylls from previous Tropic Of Cancer releases and ensures its an album likely to feature in those end of year lists.
Read more
out of stock $22.91
Cat: BLACKESTCD 005. Rel: 20 Sep 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Plant Lilies At My Head
  2. Court Of Devotion
  3. Hardest Day
  4. Children Of A Lesser God
  5. More Alone (album version)
  6. The Seasons Won't Change (& Neither Will You)
  7. Wake The Night
  8. Rites Of The Wild
out of stock $13.80
Cat: TOCCD 1. Rel: 02 Nov 11
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. The Dull Age
  2. Victims
  3. Be Brave
  4. LOVE Feelings
  5. Distorted Horizons
  6. Awake
  7. Chrome Vox
out of stock $8.82
Cat: MNQ 023. Rel: 30 May 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The One Left
  2. Beneath The Ligh
  3. It's All Come Undone
Review: The excellent Rome based imprint Mannequin join the likes of Downwards and Blackest Ever Black in falling under the spell of Camella Lobo's Tropic Of Cancer project with the stunning Permissions Of Love release. While previous Tropic Of Cancer releases have seen Silent Servant's Juan Mendez take a prominent, almost growling vocal role - "Be Brave" in particular - the three tracks here show it's Lobo who is the driving force of the project as her delicate delivery attempts to escape the grainy wall of sound that has become the Tropic Of Cancer signature. The downtrodden trudge of "The One Left" will morbidly please long term fans of the band, while "Beneath The Light" glowers under the soporific weight of those spectral organ tones, but this record is dominated by the gentle beauty of its final moments. "It's All Come Undone" unfurls with fuzzy edged calm into a dreamy procession of soft edge guitar and echo laden barely audible vocals, leaving you in a heavily opiated state as the track sucks away into the darkness as the runout groove approaches. Limited edition business too!
Read more
out of stock $15.44
The Dull Age (limited 10")
Cat: DO 2. Rel: 14 Aug 09
Techno
  1. The Dull Age
  2. Victims
out of stock $9.92
Be Brave (10")
Cat: DO 8. Rel: 01 Mar 11
Rock (All)
  1. Be Brave
  2. Be Brave (Richard H Kirk remix)
Review: Juan Mendez, a key part of the cultish techno crew Sandwell District under his Silent Servant alias, continues his voracious appetite for musical surprise with the second Tropic Of Cancer release in collaboration with Camella Lobo. Again released via the Downwards imprint, "Be Brave" stands alongside early Factory Floor releases in ploughing a droney, minimalist, synth wave sound. It would be easy to draw comparisons with the likes of Joy Division, but "Be Brave" retains its own contemporary identity, not least the dead eyed sonic menace that drapes over your senses as the track progresses. Strengthening the bridge between the past and present, Downwards have scored a real coup in securing a remix of the track from Cabaret Voltaire's Richard H Kirk, who lifts the track out of the mist of sonic depravity somewhat and twists it into a relentless, ever building industrial groove. Luxuriously presented on a clear ten inch and housed in a sumptuous sleeve, this is an eminently collectable record that rightfully won't last very long on the shelves.
Read more
out of stock $9.92
Cat: BLACKEST 003. Rel: 21 Apr 11
Techno
  1. A Color
  2. Temporal Vessels
  3. Dive (Wheel Of The Law)
Review: The Sorrow Of Two Blooms sees Tropic Of Cancer's Camella Lobo and Juan Mendez excel, ploughing further into the sonic mists, though there's a certain spectral delight to how the opening track unfolds, with Lobo's voice drenched beneath the reverberant drone but clinging to foggy strings that embellish the track with a certain degree of light. The languid thump of "Temporal Vassels" lays Lobo's vocals so deep in the mix you are worried she's trapped down a well whilst "Dive (Wheel Of The Law)" is perhaps Tropic Of Cancer at their mystifying, bewitchingly hypnotic best. Spread across the B Side, it comes cloaked in viscous fuzz, Lobo's yearning yet indecipherable vocals seemingly glued to the pensive guitar lines. The result is utterly captivating. The point where people discuss the merits of Tropic Of Cancer without feeling the need to mention the disparate relationship of their sound with Mendez's Silent Servant endeavours should be arriving sooner rather than later on the evidence of this release.
Read more
out of stock $8.82
Archive: The Downwards Singles (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKEST 041. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Coldwave/Synth
  1. The Dull Age (5:20)
  2. Victims (4:42)
  3. Be Brave (7:00)
Review: Blackest Ever Black serve up a double dose of Tropic Of Cancer goodness this week, with the fresh material from Camella Lobo complemented by this Archive: The Downwards Singles 12". The smarter cookies out there will glean the content from the title, with BEB gathering together the earliest Tropic of Cancer material issued through the DO sublabel of Karl O'Connor's Downwards label. These three tracks were recorded in Tropic Of Cancer's original iteration of Lobo and Juan 'Silent Servant' Mendez, a time when the band was exploring a more explicitly bleaker, hazier sound. The motorik stomp and yelping Mendez vocals of closing track "Be Brave" remains a thrilling experience to sink into.
Read more
Played by: Le Chocolat Noir
out of stock $16.09
Stop Suffering (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: BLACKEST 049. Rel: 10 Nov 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Stop Suffering (5:33)
  2. I Woke Up & The Storm Was Over (7:02)
  3. When The Dog Bites (5:40)
Review: Blackest Ever Black have performed an interesting exercise in issuing this new 12" from Tropic Of Cancer along with the Archive: The Downwards Singles collection; as it allows you to hear first-hand how Camella Lobo's band has progressed musically in a few short years. This three track 12" is her first new music since that excellent debut TOC LP, and finds Lobo working with Joshua Eustis of Telefon Tel Aviv. A few words that come to mind when listening to this exquisitely produced record: ethereal, beautiful, immense, hypnotic, and incandescent. Few artists can wrench such emotion from such sparseness of sound. This records shows that Camella Lobo is one of them.
Read more
out of stock $21.80
Items 1 to 13 of 13 on page 1 of 1
Close