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PYE Corner Audio returns to Ghost Box with Stasis, a radiophonic journey through abstracted techno landscapes and library rooted electronica. There is an amalgamation of styles and reference points going on in Stasis but it’s all very much indebted to a certain something that ties them all together, the crux of which is probably just an inherent curiosity with the slightly off the beaten track English eccentricity that lurks just beneath the surface of our own cultural history.
When new musical offerings come from Gonjasufi, you can guarantee it will cause a barrage of emotional responses from various listeners. Those prone to the eerie tones of his sound palette will mainly be filled with delight, as output is rare from the artist who spends a decent proportion of his time doing Yoga in the American outback.
Clone's Aqualung series dives deep into the darkest corners of the Drexciya ocean with the first ever vinyl pressing of Heinrich Mueller's electro paranoia album Paranormale Aktivitat. Originally released in 2011 by Aphex Twin's Rephlex imprint, fans of this obscure LP have been craving a full vinyl release ever since its inception and we are pleased to say that in the context of the current electronic music climate (and on wax!) Paranormale Aktivitat sounds more spacious and otherworldly than ever before.
Blackest Ever Black's most mysterious artist/group/collective Tomorrow the Rain Will Fall Upwards unveil the politically charged debut album. Featuring members of HTRK and These Immortal Souls. Wreck His Days falls into the cracks between Rowland S. Howard, B12 and Arthur Russell.