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Gazelle Twin
I Feel Blood/Exorcise (ACE 236 Series)

Elizabeth Walling under her Gazelle Twin alias has been afforded the opportunity to bring us something a bit special. I hope you like Moogs, because as part of the Supersonic Festival the Gazelle was invited to make music on the wall-to-wall Moog machines available at the Moog Sound Lab satellite sessions in Birmingham. Later, b...view item »

Gazelle Twin
Pastoral

Gazelle Twin is an artist, musician, and uh.. Adidas model? Her new album Pastoral continues the fascination the current wave of English psychedelic musicians has with the English countryside and the rot within. These tales are told through twisted electronics and Gazelle Twin's own mangled vocals. ...view item »

Gazelle Twin
Unflesh

Uncompromisingly DIY, exclusively punk and very terrifying, Gazelle Twin has of course named her new record 'Unflesh'. More menacing than ever on her new record, adding an industrial vibe to her electronic palette, Gazelle Twin deliberately restrained her sound for the record in order to make something more direct and lo-fi in aesthetic....view item »

Gazelle Twin & Tom Demac
Belly Of The Beast / GUTS (Remixes)

The industrial works of Gazelle Twin -- which are sometimes pop music, but not the kind that makes you feel good -- wowed and distressed last year in the form of Unflesh. Now they get recreated by Tom Demac, maker of fluorescent techno and electronica. He takes down "Belly of the Beast" a...view item »

Gazelle Twin
Anti Body

Gazelle Twin skins her excellent piece of chilling horror Unflesh for all its worth and comes up with a 12" special for "Anti-Body", one of the record's stark industrial cuts. Machines and factory flat-lining vocals, techno and fearless hatred -- they're all here in "Anti-Body", which gets twist...view item »

Gazelle Twin
The Entire City

Gazelle Twin is the alter-ego of Elizabeth Walling, who dresses up in wild and exotic costumes onstage and sings kinda Bjorky, Zola Jesusy minimal experimental pop music. It's really nice, too. The vocal harmonies have a real The Knife-esque quality to them (do they both use some kind of harmonising voice processor or something?) that's sitt...view item »