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Caretaker, The - Everywhere At The End Of Time
Caretaker, The
Everywhere At The End Of Time
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (History Always Favours The Winners)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Everywhere At The End of Time is the first in a series of Six albums by The Caretaker to be released over the next 3 years, slowly cataloguing the stages of early onset dementia.Each album will reveal new points of progression, loss and disintegration, progressively falling further and further towards the abyss of complete memory loss and nothingness...Viewing dementia as a series of stages can be a useful way to understand the illness, but it is important to realise that this only provides a rough guide to the progress of the condition.Drawing on a recorded history of 20 years of recollected memories this is one final journey and study into recreating the progression of dementia through sound.As the first in the series, and despite its typically frayed loop construction, this volume is the most lucid, as subsequent instalments will continue to move into faded obscurity and material erosion. .How will The Caretaker sound falling apart ? What if anything will be remembered and recalled from its past history ? How will it all end ?
Leyland Kirby presents V/Vm - The Death of Rave (A Partial Flashback)
Leyland Kirby presents V/Vm
The Death of Rave (A Partial Flashback)
CD | 2014 | UK | Original (History Always Favours The Winners)
10,49 €* 14,99 € -30%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
James Leyland Kirby’s near-mythical ‘The Death Of Rave’ material is finally given a proper release.Original rave classics are deconstructed into hazy, ambient flashbacks…“Collective memory was the subject of the Death Of Rave project, inspired by Kirby’s participation in the Manchester club scene of the late eighties and early nineties. Recalling the surge years of rave between 1988-96, Kirby says ‘’Everyone thought everything was possible on those long nights. The World was ours. Now I think this generation is very disillusioned. They saw a glimpse of light on the dance floors, but that light has gone out and the future seems grim and predictable.’’– Simon Reynolds ‘Retromania’
Leyland Kirby - Intrigue & Stuff Volume 4
Leyland Kirby
Intrigue & Stuff Volume 4
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (History Always Favours The Winners)
14,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fourth and final instalment in the Intrigue & Stuff series that began in 2011.James Leyland Kirby returns with an uncompromising, poetic and unexpected 4th and final instalment of his long-dormant ‘Intrigue & Stuff’ series despatched from his new base in Krakow for his own History Always Favours The Winners label. Since we last heard from the provocateur he’s issued brilliant albums as The Caretaker and The Stranger, a cracking 12” for his formative heroes R&S/Apollo, and marked his 40th Birthday last week with a 40-track album of Piano pieces...yet we can’t help but feel that he’s saved some of his most deliriously spannered and heartbreakingly personal intimations for this new LP.Opening with a proper shock-out modelling mutant fractals and strobing loops that are almost junglist in tempo and structure on ‘Locked into Situations’, the spirit-crushed and sozzled boogie sludge of ‘Derelict Bar’ follows and marks out territory in a dark, dank corner. Over on the B-side he yields the intoxicating whiskey fume shimmer and viscous roil of ‘The Tar Sands’ plus a strange percussive piece that sounds like lonely seamen performing drum rituals in a ship’s hull, and concludes with the somnolent symphony of spectral siren chorales, synth brass and claggy bass in ‘Wanting an Absolute Beyond’. We’ll never quite know the intentions behind these tracks, but we can tell you they function equally as escape pods and ideal drinking soundtracks. Imbibe deeply and responsibly.
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