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Friday 5 June 2020
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Flotation: Special Request Remix (limited clear vinyl 12")
Cat: AL I3. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Flotation (Paul Woolford Special Request remix - Full Length version) (12:55)
  2. Flotation (Paul Woolford Special Request remix - Richard Norris edit) (6:47)
 in stock $15.49
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Gene (CD)
Cat: WIGCD 388. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Beginning
  2. Rubber Sky
  3. What Moves
  4. Peace Lily
  5. Open My Eyes
  6. Sudden Thing
  7. Monochrome
  8. What Do You See
  9. Kissing Of The Weeds
  10. Black Smoke
  11. Ain't No Love Affair
Review: Sam Eastgate might have made his name via Late of the Pier, but he proved solo abilities and then some with 'Inju', his own debut. He's now back with 'GENE', which sees him take individuality to greater heights by way of inventing, creating and playing his own unique instrument, which lends its name to the album. Throwing guitar licks, soft pads and compressed keys into the mix, the result is a psychedelic electronic explosion of colour and texture, along the lines of Neon Indian. Low slung glitch and piercing falsetto vocals build into a delicate but definite funk grooves, 'Open My Eyes' has an almost operatic quality to its chorus, underpinned with a techno-esque growling low end, and 'Rubber Sky' could almost be another David Byrne and X-Press 2 collaboration. Strutting, sparkling, rolling and crunching its way through three acts of innocence increasingly lost, this is electronic pop at its most impressive.
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 in stock $10.25
Gene (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 388X. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Beginning (4:12)
  2. Rubber Sky (4:58)
  3. What Moves (5:49)
  4. Peace Lily (3:47)
  5. Open My Eyes (1:44)
  6. Sudden Thing (3:49)
  7. Monochrome (4:22)
  8. What Do You See (3:45)
  9. Kissing Of The Weeds (2:16)
  10. Black Smoke (4:55)
  11. Ain't No Love Affair (3:27)
Review: Sam Eastgate might have made his name via Late of the Pier, but he proved solo abilities and then some with 'Inju', his own debut. He's now back with 'GENE', which sees him take individuality to greater heights by way of inventing, creating and playing his own unique instrument, which lends its name to the album. Throwing guitar licks, soft pads and compressed keys into the mix, the result is a psychedelic electronic explosion of colour and texture, along the lines of Neon Indian. Low slung glitch and piercing falsetto vocals build into a delicate but definite funk grooves, 'Open My Eyes' has an almost operatic quality to its chorus, underpinned with a techno-esque growling low end, and 'Rubber Sky' could almost be another David Byrne and X-Press 2 collaboration. Strutting, sparkling, rolling and crunching its way through three acts of innocence increasingly lost, this is electronic pop at its most impressive.
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 in stock $22.05
Gene (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WIGLP 388. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Beginning (4:11)
  2. Rubber Sky (4:56)
  3. What Moves (5:48)
  4. Peace Lily (3:47)
  5. Open My Eyes (1:42)
  6. Sudden Thing (3:49)
  7. Monochrome (4:15)
  8. What Do You See (3:48)
  9. Kissing Of The Weeds (2:15)
  10. Black Smoke (4:56)
  11. Ain't No Love Affair (3:21)
Review: Sam Eastgate might have made his name via Late of the Pier, but he proved solo abilities and then some with 'Inju', his own debut. He's now back with 'GENE', which sees him take individuality to greater heights by way of inventing, creating and playing his own unique instrument, which lends its name to the album. Throwing guitar licks, soft pads and compressed keys into the mix, the result is a psychedelic electronic explosion of colour and texture, along the lines of Neon Indian. Low slung glitch and piercing falsetto vocals build into a delicate but definite funk grooves, 'Open My Eyes' has an almost operatic quality to its chorus, underpinned with a techno-esque growling low end, and 'Rubber Sky' could almost be another David Byrne and X-Press 2 collaboration. Strutting, sparkling, rolling and crunching its way through three acts of innocence increasingly lost, this is electronic pop at its most impressive.
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 in stock $18.90
Cat: SCREALLPX 004. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Her & The Sea (5:05)
  2. Broken Homes (7:36)
  3. Like A Ghost In Your Own Life (5:56)
  4. A Long Way To Fall (8:00)
  5. I Take Comfort In Your Ignorance (5:58)
  6. A Forgotten Birthday (7:08)
  7. The Weight Of Darkening Skies (5:16)
  8. Borrowed Time (5:02)
  9. Ten Years (6:03)
  10. A Ritual In Time & Death (7:39)
Review: Ulrich Schnauss spent much of last year re-mastering his catalogue for re-release. On "A Long Way To Fall: Rebound", he's gone one step further, re-building, re-recording and reworking 2013 album "A Long Way To Fall" in order to finally get it sounding the way he's always wanted it to. It was always a fine album of course - a beautiful mix of sparkling, unusual instrumentation, bubbly electronic beats, grandiose themes and sumptious ambient soundscapes - but this 2020 edition sounds and flows even better than the original. This in part due to the crystal-clear clarity and surround sound style mixing, but also down to some of the subtle melodic and instrumental changes employed by Schnauss. If you're a fan, you need this in your life.
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 in stock $20.75
Cat: SCREALLPX 001. Rel: 05 Jun 20
  1. Knuddelmaus (6:56)
  2. Between Us & Them (7:05)
  3. Passing By (6:33)
  4. Blumenwiese Neben Autobahn (6:27)
  5. Nobody's Home (7:36)
  6. Molfsee (7:58)
  7. Brooks Was Here (7:07)
  8. Sunday Evening In Your Street (6:41)
  9. Suddenly The Trees Are Giving Way (6:20)
  10. A Lie For Breakfast (6:08)
  11. Nothing Happens In June (6:21)
  12. As If You've Never Been Away (6:56)
  13. A Million Miles Away (7:03)
  14. Crazy For You (6:48)
  15. Wherever You Are (7:10)
Review: 19 years ago, Ulrich Schnauss became one of the most celebrated new artists in electronic music when he released debut album "Far Away Trains Passing By", a gorgeous and life-affirming set that cheerily joined the dots between IDM, picturesque electronica and shuffling downtempo grooves. As part of his current reissue project (five albums have been given the re-master treatment), Schnauss has decided to reissue it. The main set sounds as alluring and life-affirming as ever, but the real bonus for fans is the inclusion of no less than nine previously unreleased cuts recorded in the same period. These aren't cast-offs or throwaways, either, but rather tracks every bit as good as those that were originally releases.
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 in stock $29.16
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