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Hong Kong Express and t e l e p a t h return to where it all began with the urban dystopia of Rain Temple, the highly anticipated new album from the duo otherwise known as 2814. Picking up where the industrial cyberpunk blues of Birth Of A New Day left off, Rain Temple finds the duo pacing new streets inside previously unexplored districts of the imagined urban sprawl in which the Dream Catalogue imprint's vast discography is set. The eight tracks here make up possibly the most dynamic and realised vision of HKE and t e l e p a t h's sound to date. A mixture of subsonic basslines, synthesised sheets of high-rise synth lines and Taffey's Snake Pit Bar jazz that is equal part rhythmic and equal part atmospheric. All of this shot through a crystalline backdrop of innercity raindrops that hail from underneath a sky the colour of a television tuned to a dead channel.
Electric blue vinyl, with insert, limited to 350.
Forest Swords marks his return to production after three years out of the spotlight with a soundtrack to a solo dance piece that treads into waters unknown. Entirely devised, composed and scored by Forest Swords, the music is made from samples of breath and "body sounds" that were put through the computers, mangled processed and sequenced until they resembled the sonic soundworld that became the outcome.
Jonny Trunk's ability to dig out the rarest dusty reels and DATs from the archives, basements and attics of the Radiophonic workshop's various entourage has turned up possibly his most unbelievable find yet. Delia Derbyshire and Elsa Stansfield's original electronic soundtrack to the avant-garde film Circle of Light: The Photography of Pamela Bone, directed by Anthony Roland.