Darkstar Vinyl, CD & tapes by Darkstar at Norman Records

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Civic Jams Remixes

Darkstar released their fourth album Civic Jams earlier this year and now it's time for the obligatory remix 12". The duo hand their sounds over to the likes of John Talabot (twice), Loraine James, Parris and Horsepower Productions we re-work, re-configure and shift their bass-heavy, shoegazy dance sound into new territories.  
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Civic Jams

Returning after a five-year break into a very different political and social reality than the one they left, electronic music duo Darkstar deliver their fourth studio record Civic Jams. Inspired by these events, James Young and Aiden Whalley take their shoegaze / bass music combination into new territories. 

Darkstar & Gwilym Gold
Rope / Folk

Darkstar have fully succeeded in that interesting transformation they’ve been pulling off for a while now, going from dubstep producers to electronic pop performers. Rope / Folk pairs them with composer Gwilym Gold, tasked with accompanying Holly Blakey’s contemporary dance performance (see the sleeve art). 12” on The Vinyl Factory.

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Foam Island

Who’d have thought, back in the early dubstep days, that Darkstar would end up releasing an album called Foam Island? Probably no-one, but I’m glad they did, as that title fits the tactile textures of this collection of smooth electronic pop rather well. Twelve tracks, released in the kind of superbly-photographed sleeve you’d expect from Warp Records.

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News from Nowhere

You should never underestimate Darkstar. The shapeshifting group have released a series of albums that always seem to take their melancholy electro-soul sound into new territories. News From Nowhere saw the band decamp to West Yorkshire, away from the bright lights of London and to Richard Formby's dusty studio in Leeds to make an album full of broad brush strokes but also deeply personal.  

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HD7

Here we have a fresh remix 12” featuring Darkstar’s own recycling of two tracks from their acclaimed album News From Nowhere. Timeaway and Hold Me Down provide a sleek A side, whilst the B-side sees Kollaps have a stab at You Don’t Need A Weatherman. Out on 12” vinyl from Warp.

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North

Though Darkstar started out as what appeared to be a club-friendly dubstep outfit, they quickly changed tack with the atmospheric slow burning electro-soul  of North. The album is a gorgeous late night listen full of deeply yearning songs that recall the Blue Nile as much as they do Burial. Their music always seems to be somewhat undervalued, but North proves that their deeply emotive songwriting can stand the test of time. 

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Need You/ Squeeze My Lime

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Aidy’s Girl Is A Computer

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Gold / Gold [ John Roberts Mix ]

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Memories Rmx/ Saytar

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Lilyliver / Out Of Touch

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Round Ours EP

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Dead 2 Me/ Break

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