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Orphan Swords - License To Desire Remixes
Orphan Swords
License To Desire Remixes
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Aurora Borealis)
9,49 €* 18,99 € -50%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Aurora Borealis is proud to unleash Orphan Swords’ “License To Desire Remixes” LP on limited edition vinyl on Aurora Borealis on May 15th, alongside the reissue of “License To Desire”.The sonic tangle and entheogenic orgy of the demonically inspired “Asmoday” and the tranced-out “Hooker”, are given workovers by Helm, Icon Template, Black Rain, Prostitutes and Svengalisghost.This is remix as rite of destruction, the tracks being disfigured rather than beautified for commodification. Awkward, uncomfortable listening rubs shoulders with pounding bass, post-techno hiss squall prevails. And then there’s the superbly dirty fever-dream lope of the Black Rain remix.
Orphan Swords - License To Desire
Orphan Swords
License To Desire
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Aurora Borealis)
9,49 €* 18,99 € -50%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Orphan Swords see the reissue of their “License To Desire” LP on limited edition vinyl on Aurora Borealis on May 15th. The Belgian duo bring a heady, fog shrouded sonic maelstrom to the label, perfect for the post-truth era.What sort of music is this? What genre do we file it under? Hard to say. It sounds like a record that Aurora Borealis should release. There’s chaos, there’s unhallowed chanting, there’s some fierce rhythm and there’s undeniably some abuse of electronic equipment. We’ll leave the definitions up to the listener, but with titles referencing demons of Goetia and the world’s oldest profession we’ll let the good times roll.Formed in 2013, Orphan Swords is a Belgian electronic duo. Their music, described as “a brutal hypnosis” by Ransom Note, has been released on Desire Records, Clan Destine and Idiosyncratics. Idiosyncratic is indeed a description that perfectly fits both their releases and live performances. Recently back from the US, they have shared bills with acts as diverse as Oathbreaker, Andy Stott and Vatican Shadow.
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Orphan Swords - The Rise Of Liquid Alternatives
Orphan Swords
The Rise Of Liquid Alternatives
Tape | 2016 | EU | Original (Nurse)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rugged, machine-driven abstractions and warped melodics comprise the latest release from Brussels-based duo, Orphan Swords. 'The Rise of Liquid Alternatives' also makes up the debut release on Nurse drawing influence from contemporary electronics and '80s industrial experimentalism in equal measure. 'Glaysa Labolas' plunges into a world of grating metallic drones and percussive assaults, while 'Forneus' clatters against itself, plastic pipe motifs working to hypnotic charm above a soundscape of heaving distortion. A surreal and adventurous listen..
Orphan Swords - License To Desire
Orphan Swords
License To Desire
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Desire)
11,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Going further into techno territory, Orphan Swords come back with a three tracks EP called "License To Desire" on Paris-Based Desire Records. Following the "Risk In The New Age" EP (2014), this new hypnotic release is probably their most powerful so far, concentrating EBM, minimal techno gristle and industrial electronics. This EP clearly relates to previous efforts such as "Caim" that has been described by XLR8R as "The grinding sounds and whirling blasts of white noise position the track directly in the realm of acts like Sandwell District and Richie Hawtin's digressive and hypnotizing Plastikman moniker." Make sure to check out the massive epic of 'Asmoday' and the textural sophistication of 'Hooker'. ORPHAN SWORDS is a Brussels-based duo previously described as "Oppressive industrial techno/drone pressure", “industrialslanted techno” or “new school industrial” by Boomkat, XLR8R and The Quietus, They have played supports for Vatican Shadow, The Body, Black Rain, Kyoka etc.and more. After --- releases on Idiosyncratics, an EP called "Risk in a New Age" was released on Desire Records in june 2014, it features a collaboration with NYC cult band Ike Yard. "Stunners, the lot of them!" said JUNO about that release. Following this, upon request of Desire, they made an official rework of Ike Yard's NCR/Cherrish8!
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