Sublime extended session of Autumnal electronics from the recently regrouped Radiophonic Workshop, composed and recorded in response to an exhibition of work by Pablo Picasso, 'Everything You Can Imagine Is Real' - a celebration of the artist’s work - was staged at the National Portrait Gallery, London on the evening of the 20th January 2017 and follows on from their recent Burials In Several Earths album.
Travelling through the same prism of influence as Burials In Several Earths, Everything You Can Imagine Is Real again turns its gaze in the direction of the art world for a visual influence to the workshop's newly found combative sound wave.
Across its 20 minute duration, Picasso unfolds itself with the same cosmic, slow intensity of Coil's The Mothership And The Fatherland. Each sound exists within its own perfectly placed level within the sound sphere, and is all held together with the care and intensity of a group completely at one with each other's instrumental vibrations.
Coming backed with a fast unfurling spun-out proto-jazz into ambient reworking from Rupert Clervaux on the b-side, Everything You Can Imagine Is Real is sure to be at home with all whose tastes have been captured by the work of Samo DJ & Maxxxbass, Industrial Records & Nate Young's Regression.