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John Foxx
Metamatic (Deluxe)

John Foxx left Ultravox to be replaced as singer by Midge Ure. Metamatic, originally released in 1980, was his first solo effort. Whilst sticking with electronic music, Foxx eschwed the soft synth convention of Ultravox to create a harder-edged, less commercial sound. This 3-CD reissue comes in a clamshell case with 6 art cards and a 40 page booklet. For the uninitiated, fans of Gary Numan et al should check this out.

John Foxx & Harold Budd
Translucence / Drift Music / Nighthawks

Here you will find the complete chronicle of the collaborations between ambient legend Harold Budd and Ultravox man and graphic artist John Foxx, all clumped together into a tasty 3xLP set. Previously available on CD only, it combines the 2003 opus Translucence / Drift Music with Nighthawks, a record made with minimalist composer Ruben Garcia in 2015. It's time to chill.
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John Foxx
The Virgin Years (1980 - 1985)

This 5CD box set covers the 4 albums John Foxx released between 1980 - 1985 - Metamatic, The Garden, The Golden Section & In Mysterious Ways - plus B-sides and out-takes from the sessions which have been added as bonus tracks after each original album, and on a fifth CD, Fusion/Fission. The Virgin Years includes a new analogue master of Metamatic , along with re-masters of the B-sides - 'This City', 'Film One' etc. The black box also houses five postcards with the artwork for the singles 'Underpass', 'No-One Driving', 'Europe After The Rain', 'Endlessly' and 'Stars On Fire'.

John Foxx
The Complete Cathedral Oceans

Bringing together John Foxx's classic 'Cathedral Oceans' ambient works together on vinyl for the first time, in a very swish book with new images, a 12x12 print and exerpts from 'The Quiet Man', The Complete Cathedral Oceans is a thoroughly gorgeous thing. You may also know John from the BBC4 doc 'Synth Britannia' and 'UNDERPASS!'. Sorry (not sorry). Limited to 750 copies.

John Foxx
21st Century: A Man, A Woman And A City

You like John Foxx? Well then lucky you! This compilation assembles the best of his work in the 21st century, as well as 2 all-new tracks with The Maths, and remixes / collaborations with Gary Numan, OMD, Matthew Dear, Ghost Box… Oh, and a DVD with a Foxx-soundtracked film! 21st Century: A Man, A Woman And A City is quite the set.

John Foxx
Burning Car

Metamatic continue their obsession with John Foxx by compiling this collection of incredibly obscure B-sides, singles and rarities, some of which have never been pressed to vinyl before. The songs on Burning Car come from 1980, at the peak of Foxx’s skill in crafting sinister, futurist synth-pop.

John Foxx and Harold Budd
Translucence / Drift Music

The music on this pair of albums from 2003 is all about space, about sounds having the room to expand fully. John Foxx & Harold Budd used piano and ambient electronics to craft Translucence / Drift Music, and the results feel as though the piano is being held in suspended animation by endless tones. Quality ambience, reissued by Metamatic.
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John Foxx, Harold Budd and Ruben Garcia
Nighthawks

Ruben Garcia was a fellow traveller of Harold Budd’s, devoted to the same minimal, ambient style of piano Budd has perfected. Nighthawks joins the two, along with frequent Budd collaborator John Foxx, for another outing of suspended animation piano ambience. 2011 album now reissued by Metamatic.
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John Foxx
London Overgrown

Hot on the heels of Metamatic’s reissues of some of John Foxx’s work with Harold Budd, they now present his brand new album, London Overgrown. The concept underpinning it all is indeed a dream of allowing plant life to stretch out its tendrils through the city, and these ideas are represented with Foxx’s classic ambient washes.

John Foxx
20th Century: The Noise

John Foxx has been in the game since the seventies, when he was a founding member of Ultravox. Then he went solo, which is where this rather grandly-titled compilation 20th Century: The Noise picks up. Seventeen tracks from throughout his career, including some rarities and some of his collaborations with Louis Gordon. On Metamatic.

John Foxx & Steve D’agostino
Evidence Of Time Travel

Plenty of futurist vibes are on offer here with this collaborative effort from artists John Foxx and Steve D'agostino, who were commissioned to make 'Evidence of Time Travel', a synth-led piece with mechanical drum machines, for the British Film Institute's 'Sci Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder' festival. 'Evidence of Time Travel' is a collection of eerie electronica hoping to document some vague sci-fi revelation to us all.
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John Foxx
B-Movie (Ballardian Video Neuronica)

John Foxx is known for making unabashed synth pop with dark tendencies, but his new record, 'B-Movie (Ballardian Video Neuronica)', is largely instrumental, composed as a soundtrack for a film made between Fox and Karborn, as a tribute to literary type J G Ballard. The record also features contributions from two Foxx familiars, the Maths and Mr. Steve D'Agostino. 

John Foxx & The Belbury Circle
Empty Avenues


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John Foxx & Robin Guthrie
Mirrorball


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John Foxx & Louis Gordon
Impossible


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Metamatics and John Foxx
Free Robot


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