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Mark Churcher - A Nice Random Meet
Mark Churcher
A Nice Random Meet
2x12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Emote)
19,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 12.02.2021
On the back of V- Necks re issue Auto and the Lost 1990s Recordings one half of the band V Neck Mark Churcher takes time out from from his Chicago Bee project to deliver his first full length album on Emote.
V-Neck - The Lost Recordings
V-Neck
The Lost Recordings
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Emote)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following the reissue of the V-Neck EP Auto, Emote have sprung back to life with some lost DAT recordings of the band from the late 1990s. These semi live recordings made at the Spike Studios in Fulham where a back to basics project and a deliberate move away, from computer programmed music. The project was heavily influenced by the albums Drastic Season by African Head Charge and Get Up With It by Miles Davis. The tracks contain an array of random procession instruments ranging from African pianos to kitchen utensils, vintage synth tones and drones are provided by an Arp Odyssey and a Korg Ms-20 The tracks where then recorded on to a 8 track real to real Akai X-1810d By the time the delayed Dub Fiction album came out in 2000 the duo had decided to go their separate ways and the project was abandoned. Your record collection will have to be modestly far out not to find this record modestly far out! Supported by Alex Night (Fat Cat Records) and Chloe Alice Frieda (Alien Jams)
V-Neck - Auto
V-Neck
Auto
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Emote)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After resurfacing in 2017 with Chicago Bee Records, label owner Mark Churcher has received a steady stream of interest for his old label Emote and band V-Neck (co writer Doug Martin) The repeated interest of the 90s label has sparked this re issue.
Now a monstrous 25 years old it would appear this record is still very much appreciated by the few that bought it at the time. And until now extremely hard to find with only 500 pressed in 1995
Side A fuses ambient, dub and techno at a time when this sound was still developing as a sub genre.
Side B leans more towards dark electronica and techno
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