The Other People Place Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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The collective prayers of fiends of all things Drexciyan have finally been answered, as Clone Classic Cuts reissue this 1995 album, originally released on Warp. Now finally available with an affordable price tag, it’s one that’s been high on many wants lists, and used copies have changed hands for silly money. I think it’s safe...view item
Clone's offshoot label for all things Drexciya repress this in-demand classic from the seven storms. Produced by James Stinson (RIP) and originally released on Clone back in 2003, 'Mice Or Cyborg' still sounds as fresh and futuristic as it did thirteen years ago. Hi-tech soul at its finest from this legendary Detroit artist aka Clarenc...view item
Jack Peoples (James Stinson)
Here are some previously unreleased tracks from Jack Peoples, aka the sadly departed James Stinson of Drexciya. Laptop Cafe’s six tracks, not yet properly named, were retrieved from a thought-lost DAT tape recently and have been polished up and pressed to a 12” for the first...view item
I bring this week's review odyssey to a close with this tasty reissue of a stone cold electroid techno classic, Drexciya's debut full length 'Neptune's Lair'. At this point they'd got a fair few 12"s under their belt, the first coming out seven years prior in 1992, but this 17-track voyage showcased a scope previously only hinted at.
The long wished-for repress of Lifestyles of the Laptop Café finally materialises, fifteen years after the late James Stinson of Drexciya renown released the classic anonymously as the Other People Place on Warp. It’s a seamless, calming and moving piece of downtempo electronica that has become a key album in dance ...view item
A much needed repress and it still prevails after 15 years. If you haven't listened to Drexciya before, then any place is good to start really, because they were ahead of their time, this album included. Then you'll become obsessed with the numerous other aliases of Stinson and Donald, then you'll realise what the hype is about.
It's fucking hard to categorize Drexciya (& their many fantastic offshoots)! I say bloody just as well cos as a guy that has to do reviews every week, i'm bloody sick of trying! The finest tunes have their own agenda, away from idiots with little boxes. Ok, if I were to put them in a box it'd be a big thick waterproof laminated one with a thriv...view item
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