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Vessel
Queen of Golden Dogs

Where Punish, Honey had Vessel twisting the sounds of 90s rave music into strange and brutal shapes, on Queen of Golden Dogs he's turned his sights to chamber music. To create its uncompromising mixture of mashed up cellos, violins, and pianos, Vessel spend 18 months alone in Wales where he was able to explore the whole gamut of human emotion. 

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Three Tracks

With releases like ‘McDonald’s Prayer’ and the Live At Death Disco tape, ASDA have successfully carved out a niche as the upstart weirdos of the Young Echo crew. As is always the case, things have got a bit out of hand and their first release, 2015’s Three Tracks EP, has started to change hands for silly money on the vinyl black market. So, nice young lads that they are, they’ve decided to re-release it and bring the prices down again. The combination of ultra-lo-fi techno and spoken word makes this one come across like King Midas Sound if the bloke on the cover of Burial’s Untrue was doing the vocals. If you’re lucky you might find that your record has been scrawled on by DJ Neek.
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Immix Ensemble & Vessel
Transition

Transition is a very interesting record, combining the talents of Vessel (part of Bristol’s Young Echo collective) with Daniel Thorne’s contemporary Immix Ensemble. Vessel’s electronics creep around the edges of the clarinets, strings etc. of the Ensemble, in a set of carefully worked-out, dynamic compositions. A highly original LP. On Erased Tapes.

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Golden Cabinet, The Kirkgate Centre, Shipley (Saturday June 6th)

We are now proudly selling tickets for one of the finest nights in the North of England for anyone into the weird world of underground DIY experimental music. Golden Cabinet are fast getting a reputation for bringing the best and brightest to the windswept northern enclave of Shipley. Next up we have a triple bill of Young Echo collective member Vessel, Bass Clef alias Some Truths and Alex from Gnod as Ahrkh. How can this be anything but brilliant?  

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Punish, Honey

A producer working tirelessly for Bristol's Young Echo group, Vessel is following up his first solo record of dark electronica with 'Punish, Honey'. Not interested in repeating himself, Vessel has turned to industrial and acoustic sounds for his second record, deigning to create something heavier and rawer and equally confrontational.
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