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Artist
Moon Wiring Club
ReleaseProduct
Ghastly Garden Centres
Label
Gecophonic
Catalogue Number
GEpH012CD
Release Date
June 14, 2019

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Another set of Ghost Box-style strangeness from Ian Hodgson’s Moon Wiring Club here. Ghastly Garden Centres sees Hodgson getting green fingers by exploring the latent weirdness of the garden centre. Trip-hop, breakbeat, dub, downtempo, jazz and more are all bundled together on this set of hauntological oddball electronics. The quintessentially British feel of Ghastly Garden Centres means that you can file it alongside the likes of Mr. Scruff and The Gasman. Scattered across 22 spectral tracks — each brandishing screwed-up techno and ramshackle house sensibilities as their misshapen tools — the many vignettes of Ghastly Garden Centres by Moon Wiring Club (Ian Hodgson) brings to life a distinctly British sort of dilapidation. Taking its cues from Ghost Box’s edgeland futurism, trip hop and dub beats droop ever-lower into their downtrodden sway, as spectral presences dip in and out of earshot like potentiality just beyond grasp.

  1. 1 B-Road Witchery 3:07
  2. 2 Gallons Of Ghostrogen 3:01
  3. 3 The Art Of Gardening 3:10
  4. 4 Dark Stone Paving 3:13
  5. 5 Golden Vale Nurseries 3:10
  6. 6 Don't Order The Chrysanthemums 3:08
  7. 7 Attractive Suntraps 3:18
  8. 8 Out Of Body Garden Party 3:00
  9. 9 Owl Rot & Apple Canker 3:29
  10. 10 October Creosote Kiosk 3:24
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