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Various Artists
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Soul Jazz Records Presents: COLD WAVE #2
Label
Soul Jazz Records
Catalogue Number
SJRD485
Release Date
June 25, 2021
  • Vinyl 2×LP, Limited Coloured

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    Purple vinyl

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    SJRLP485C

    • One-off purple pressing
    • Heavyweight double vinyl
    • Dayglo colour finish
    • Bespoke individual inner sleeves
    • The first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured

    Estimated release date: June 25, 2021

  • Vinyl 2×LP

    Pre-order $31.99
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    SJRLP485

    • Heavyweight double vinyl
    • Dayglo colour finish
    • Bespoke individual inner sleeves
    • The first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured

    Estimated release date: June 25, 2021

  • CD

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    SJRCD485

    • With artist booklet/fanzine and slipcase
    • Printed in special dayglo colour finish

    Estimated release date: June 25, 2021

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Press Release

Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave #2’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s.

These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives.

Aside from the first electronic, no wave and post-punk artists cited as influences - Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image - this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides.

Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor from France, Beta Evers and L.F.T. from Germany, Lena Willikens, Job Sifre and De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Toulouse Low Trax from Germany, Dave I.D. and Broken English Club from the UK and V.C.V.S from Georgia. All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.

This second edition of ‘Cold Wave’ comes in two vinyl editions - a one-off pressing purple coloured vinyl edition and a black vinyl edition. Both come as heavyweight double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves and the first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured. The CD edition comes with artist booklet/fanzine and slipcase. All editions are printed in special dayglo colour finish.

Digital Track List

  1. 1 Howlin Lupus Lena Willikens 5:12
  2. 2 Hiding Beta Evers 4:41
  3. 3 Stay Away From The Light L.F.T. 3:37
  4. 4 At Least We Try Job Sifre 9:17
  5. 5 Niet Van Mij De Ambassade 4:02
  6. 6 Rushing Into Water Toulouse Low Trax 9:02
  7. 7 Hum V.C.V.S. 3:53
  8. 8 Help Starts Dave I.D. 3:45
  9. 9 Vacant Cars Broken English Club 3:35
  10. 10 Deserver Dub Krikor Kouchian 4:00

Track List

Lena Willikens - Howlin Lupus
Beta Evers - Hiding
L.F.T. - Stay Away From The Light
Job Sifre - At Least We Try
De Ambassade - Niet Van Mij
Toulouse Low Trax - Rushing Into Water
V.C.V.S. - Hum Dave I.D. - Help Starts
Broken English Club - Vacant Cars
Krikor Kouchian - Deserver Dub

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