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Radioactive Man
Luxury Sky Garden
Asking For Trouble
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May 5, 2017


When he isn’t working alongside Andrew Weatherall as one half of the Two Lone Swordsmen, Keith Tenniswood likes to indulge in a little rave nostalgia under the guise of Radioactive Man. While the sphere of influence for Luxury Sky Garden spans everything from acid, techno, jungle and dub, his knowing nods to the golden age of raving and careful curation of tones recalls the work of old-skool revivalists like Special Request. That said, the cuts here look back in order to move forward - cuts like ‘Bonnet Bee’ and ‘Jommtones’ may not bring anything new to the table in terms of melody and rhythm, but there is a willingness to blend sound-worlds that feels distinctly 2017. There is also, as one might expect from an artist named Radioactive Man, a healthy dose of classic Kraftwerkism thrown in too, most apparent on the effervescent ‘Sonic Portal’.

Digital Tracklist

  1. 1 Steve Chop 5:19 Buy
  2. 2 Deep Space Habitat 7:03 Buy

    Deep Space Habitat

  3. 3 Ism Schism 8:09 Buy
  4. 4 Bonnet Bee 6:20 Buy
  5. 5 Sonic Portal 7:59 Buy
  6. 6 Jommtones 6:16 Buy
  7. 7 Fountain of Wine 7:08 Buy

    Fountain of Wine

  8. 8 Serving Suggestion 6:15 Buy

    Serving Suggestion

  9. 9 Begone, Vile Creature 4:17 Buy

    Begone, Vile Creature

  10. 10 Jetstream 4:24 Buy
  11. 11 Blast Furnace 8:17 Buy

Radioactive Man

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Asking For Trouble

Electronic and Electronica

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