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Radiochronikz

First in a series of a 'tool kit' series from WNCL Recordings sees the Bristol behemoth Ekoplekz present 12 unique pieces culled from sessions he made in what he humorously calls his radiochronic workshop. We are informed that this is music both for discotheque and home stereo use. Vinyl only at the moment.  

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Rock La Bibliotek EP

Whatever Ekoplekz (Nick Edwards) is on, I want some of. Or do I? Could I handle it? Is it some new genetically altered acid laced downer? Or could it just be some earl gray and a weekend reminiscing about Bristol's musical legacy? This 12" vinyl is out on West Norwood Cassette Library. If Richard D. James and Delia Derbyshire met in an alternate universe (the west country), Rock La Biblotek EP would be the result.

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Cassettera

This tape will be an essential acquisition for any who enjoyed the recent Ekoplekz album Bioprodukt, as Cassettera’s tracks were all recorded during the same sessions. Dark, moody greyscale beatwork is the name of the game, with our man Ekoplekz leaning further into the dronier and noisier ends of his territory than on the main release. Lovely un-lovely stuff. Tape release from Planet Mu.

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Influkz EP

This is Bristolian producer Ekoplekz’s latest six track EP for Vancouver label More Than Human. Following in the wake of an inhumanly prolific output (two LPs on Planet Mu as well as an EP on WNCL records already this year) ‘Influkz’ offers an irresistible blend of unsettled beats and revolving patterns rising and falling in and out of consciousness.

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Bioprodukt

After several albums and EPs on Mordant, Perc Trax, Punch Drunk and Further Records, Nick Edwards’ Ekoplekz project has found a good home at Planet Mu and is returning with his fourth album for them. Rolling through Aphex Twin and lof-fi 90s acid and techno territories with a fuzzy cassette warmth, it’s imperfect and glorious.

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Reflekzionz

Murky Bristolian master Nick Edwards aka Ekoplekz returns to Planet Mu for his third full length album with them. Reflekzionz pulls the music of Edwards’ early 90’s life into his cassette-dub vortex, pushing out tracks that are recognisably Ekoplekz but via the likes of Aphex Twin or Cluster. CD or double LP!

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20 Acid Clonk Greats

Can you imagine what would happen if Farmer Glitch (ex Hacker Farm) met Ekoplekz and started collaborating? Well it really happened and this double 3"CD is the result. It's full of wonky acidy tones all bent and stretched into all manner of shapes and sizes. One for fans of Rephlex and early Warp records
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Entropik EP

Tough and twisty analogue rhythms combine with heavy drones in the latest from Bristol’s Ekoplekz (a.k.a Nick Edwards). The Beltram referencing Entropik EP boasts two side long tracks stretching over 10 minutes each and building into melodic lo-fi conceptual symphonies. Out on 12” vinyl from Planet Mu.

Ekoplekz / Onme
Split

This CD captures some of the emanations from the studio of Ekoplekz, aka Nick Edwards. As always, the tracks slip through the cracks of various electronic music scenes and manage to sound just like Ekoplekz: dubby, bass-heavy, synthed-up sound explorations for the curious. Plus the nigh-on unknown Onme. Split CD on last Foundation.

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Four Track Mind

Following hard on the heels of "Unfidelity", his critically acclaimed debut for Panet Mu, Bristol's analogue explorer Nick Edwards unleashes another set of home-taped electronic excursions. Many of these tracks could easily have been included on the previous album, and in fact most of them were recorded during the same time period, but had to be left off simply due to lack of space. In that sense, "Four Track Mind" can be viewed as a companion volume to "Unfidelity", but also presents a slightly wider selection of moods and ideas for those intrigued enough to further explore Ekoplekz' distinctive four-track sound. 

Ekoplekz / Wanda Group
Split


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