Brilliance from the first to final second, leaving you wanting more.
All profits from the release will go to Delia Derbyshire Day (DD Day), a charity focused on the education of the public in music technology and the history of British electronic music via the archive and works of Delia Derbyshire.
Mark was a champion of many underground bands, nationally and internationally
Swallow' is a love song - it's about the dependence and fragility one might feel in a relationship - involving both a fear of and a desire for submission
The instrumentation on this record ranges beyond the standard guitar, bass and drums: 1980's Blade Runner-like synthesizer soundscapes, Middle Eastern finger cymbals, gongs, bass clarinets, piccolos, harmonica, bass fiddles, and a children's choir.
The music was always Tamla, Glam Rock etc blaring loud. An era where gangs of smoothies, troggs and grebos roamed the parks you had to bribe over 18s to get you alcohol from off licences.
Bringing to mind the soaring choruses of Oasis along with the dark energy of everyone from Echo and the Bunnymen to The Teardrop Explodes, they write songs that, quite frankly, will stick in your head for days.
Preview for metropolitan music festival, Live at Leeds.
The tracks are both light and dark, dissonant and melodic in equal nature to create different moods for the listener.
electronic music, spoken word, cut-up images and videos, deconstructed slogans, ideas and actions
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