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Gimmik - Slow Motion Process 20th Anniversary Edition
Gimmik
Slow Motion Process 20th Anniversary Edition
2LP | 2001 | UK | Reissue (Lapsus)
28,99 €*
Release:2001 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 13.08.2021
In 2019 Lapsus were extremely honoured to present the only album to date from IDM duo Abfahrt Hinwil, released for the first time on vinyl. Abfahrt Hinwil is formed by two good friends Martin Haidinger and Chris Cunningham, who as well as collaborating on musical projects were also responsible for the now defunct Toytronic label.

Today, Lapsus welcomes back Martin Haidinger AKA Gimmik, the pseudonym under which Haidinger has been releasing intricate and exquisite electronic music since the late 1990s. The Austrian producer's album 'Slow Motion Process' is his best-known work to date and was released in 2001 on the Worm Interference label. It’s sound is very reminiscent of Abfahrt Hinwil’s album 'Links Berge Recht Seen': combining elements of subtle braindance, glitch-tinged electronic music, floating between analogue and digital; exceptional IDM that still sounds as contemporary as when it was first released.

Lapsus Records celebrates the 20th anniversary of 'Slow Motion Process' with the release of a deluxe edition that includes artwork updated and designed by Martin himself, as well as the unreleased track 'Typologic (1999)' -only available on the vinyl version.
Gacha Bakradze - Obscure Languages
Gacha Bakradze
Obscure Languages
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Lapsus)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hailing from Georgia’s capital Tbilisi, Gacha Bakradze is one of the national scene’s leading electronic music exponents. He returns to Lapsus Records with his new album 'Obscure Languages', his second release for the Barcelona label. Following the superb LP 'Word Color' [Lapsus Records, 2018], which appeared in several ‘album of the year’ lists for publications such as Pitchfork and Xlr8r, the prolific producer now presents 'Obscure Languages'. This new piece of work could well be described as a sound continuation from his previous album and maintains a powerful narrative at its core. ‘Obscure Languages' delves into the world of cinematic soundscapes, replete with microscopic details and fragments that showcase a luscious IDM style audio palette, laced with ambient, avant-techno, bass and sound design.
Pye Corner Audio - Black Mill Tapes Volume 5: The Lost Tapes
Pye Corner Audio
Black Mill Tapes Volume 5: The Lost Tapes
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Lapsus)
22,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
It was the autumn of 2010, and an anonymous figure known only as the Head Technician, an employee of Pye Corner Audio Transcription Services (“Magnetically aligning ferrous particles since 1970”), found himself at an auction in the village of Coldred, pop. 110. He was on the hunt for tobacco pipes when he chanced across a trio of boxes listed in the auction catalog, which described their contents only as “archived magnetic recordings.” The sole bidder, he won the lot, and upon receipt of his purchase took possession of an unspecified number of mouldering cassettes and ¼" reel-to-reel tapes. The collection contained no identifying information save for a single phrase scrawled on each box: “Black Mill Sessions.” And so, armed with razors, eyedroppers, and a bevy of solid-state circuitry, the Head Technician sat down at his machines and got to work. Whether anyone believed it or not, this was the framing device surrounding Pye Corner Audio’s Black Mill Tapes Volume I: Avant Shards, which took the mysterious tactics of artists like Boards of Canada and Burial and raised them exponentially. Much like the narrator of a 19th century novel, the anonymous Head Technician purported merely to be the messenger of secondhand sounds. These were not compositions, we were told; they were tape transfers—“transcriptions” of an unknown author, slathered
Ed Chamberlain - 03/06 Marbled Vinyl Edition
Ed Chamberlain
03/06 Marbled Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Lapsus)
27,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In 2006 the now defunct BaseLogic label released the first in a triad of EP's entitled 'Fixxy', produced by the enigmatic British artist Ed Chamberlain. These EPs left many electronic music lovers scratching their heads, having heard something genuinely different. It represented a new generation of IDM reminiscent of The Black Dog or Plaid, melancholic electro with a meticulous nuanced palate that immediately transformed Chamberlain into a revered figure. Fifteen years on Lapsus Records, as part of its 'Perennial' series, will release Ed Chamberlain’s superlative productions across 2 x 12", entitled '03/06'. The lavish 12” double pack will feature a sizeable part of the ‘Fixxy’ material, along with additional tracks created during the same period of time, 2003 – 2006, including 'Zarathustra' and 'Does Ape' -the latter released on vinyl in 2008 by Madrid label Semantica-. For this special release all tracks have been re-mastered and will be pressed and packaged in a deluxe edition format.
Delay Grounds - Genus Marbled Snowy White Vinyl Edition
Delay Grounds
Genus Marbled Snowy White Vinyl Edition
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Lapsus)
18,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 24.09.2021
British producer Patrick Tipler spent his formative years immersed in psychedelia as a bassist and guitarist in various bands and groups. The arrival of synthesizers –along with his move to Bristol– radically changed his vision of sound and impacted on his musical direction with the force of an asteroid. This shockwave subsequently saw the birth of Delay Grounds. After releasing the outstanding 'Onomatopoeia' [Pressure Dome, 2020] and 'Upcycling' [Tropopause, 2021], Delay Grounds’ output has made it clear for all to see that Tipler’s sound design skills are second to none, and with just two releases to his name he has already transformed himself into an artist to watch very closely. Today Patrick joins the Lapsus crew to present 'Genus', a five track EP that he says "is my most personal release to date, something I've always carried inside and wanted to produce, but had never managed to articulate before". On 'Genus', Delay Grounds preserves the essence of his sound but takes things a step further, with a form ofmaximalist electronica, sprouting powerful torrents of high-pitched and ruff-as-rock avant-techno, glitches and mutant sound elements, combined with sweet and delicate melodies in the purest IDM style. Polishing is provided by sound engineer Nick Earle, with whom Patrick has recorded and remarkably treated a kit of "deconstructed drums" especially for the occasion. ‘Genus’ is 30 minutes of astral travelling, an experience perhaps analogous to what we would feel if we opened a vault, containing music from a lost civilization.
Metamatics - A Metamatics Production
Metamatics
A Metamatics Production
2LP | 2021 | UK | Original (Lapsus)
27,99 €* 34,99 € -20%
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The next release in our 'Perennial' series is from veteran producer Lee Norris, also known as Metamatics, the pseudonym under which he has spent more than two decades creating melodic IDM and sophisticated electro. Norris is an artist who warrants his cult following with an extensive catalogue and countless monikers, including his main work as Metamatics and alternative projects Norken, Nacht Plank, Ishqamatics and Autumn Of Communion. This unflagging artist with an enviable track record behind him has released material on labels such as Delsin, Hydrogen Dukebox, Dot, Numbers and Clear, as well as running his own record labels Neo Ouija, ...txt, XTT Recordings and Nagual. His seminal EP series '01', '02', '03' and '04' was originally released between 1997 and 1998 on the now defunct but influential Clear label. Compiled as 'A Metamatics Production', the tracks breathed fresh air into the global IDM scene and were comprised of crystal clear futuristic sounds, flirting with complex and funky drum & bass that carried both UK and Detroit influences, a true masterpiece. More than twenty years since its original release, Lapsus Records is proud to present the British producer's original debut album 'A Metamatics Production', released in full and on vinyl for the first time. All tracks on this special collectors double-pack Color Vinyl release have been remastered and will include a limited edition insert.
Wordcolour - Tell Me Something Silver Vinyl Edition
Wordcolour
Tell Me Something Silver Vinyl Edition
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Lapsus)
16,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Growing up in Milton Keynes, the largest of the "new towns" outside of London designed and built in the 1960s, perhaps explains why producer Nicholas Worrall is subconsciously drawn to clearly delineated sonic structures and flawed techno utopianism, two concepts that are ever present in both his sound and aesthetic approach to music.
Pye Corner Audio - Where Things Are Hollow 2
Pye Corner Audio
Where Things Are Hollow 2
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Lapsus)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Martin Jenkins, more commonly known as the artist Pye Corner Audio, epitomizes Lapsus' commitment to cutting edge sound experimentation. In 2017, he beguiled the electronic music community by releasing the 'Where Things Are Hollow' EP, on Lapsus Records. The Barcelona label is delighted to announce the release of ‘Where Things Are Hollow 2’, consisting of three brand new original cuts and a remix from none other than John Talabot. 'Where Things Are Hollow 2' explores a spectral and hypnagogic terrain, establishing an electronic sound that at times invokes Jenkins’ more dance friendly facet -'Self Synchronize', 'Weather The Storm'– while also offering his familiar iridescent dreamlike ambient textures –'Phase B'– that featured prominently on his first EP. This second EP also includes a remix from John Talabot, unquestionably one of Spain’s most internationally recognised names over the last decade, who exquisitely reimagines 'Resist' -a song from the first EP-, transforming it into a cross between EBM and hypnotic techno. From a graphic design perspective, renowned artists Alex Trochut and Basora have once again collaborated on this project, repeating the formula that made the artwork for "Where Things Are Hollow" such a collector's item. The pre-order for "Where Things Are Hollow 2" is now available
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