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Kamikaze Space Programme & Eomac
ETXC004

Eomac has had a busy 2018. As well as dropping his Reconnect LP and the accompanying Resist All Dogma EP on his own Eotrax imprint he has had a part in four collaborative records for his ETXC series. Following on from unions with Paula Temple, Sean Carpio and Demian Licht we now have the fruits of his labour alongside Kamikaze Space Programme. ETXC004’s ‘Environment 1’ revolves around a lopsided techno locked groove, while ‘Environment 2’ is full of hissing synth drones.
  • Vinyl 12" (ETXC004)
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Demian Licht & Eomac
ETXC003

The third record in Eomac’s ETXC series sees the Eotrax boss join forces with Demian Licht for a record of experimental electronic fare. On these two tracks the producers busy themselves with combing the outer reaches of techno. Their explorations see them end up in a no man’s land between dub techno, deconstructed club music and synthetic ambience.
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Seán Carpio & Eomac
ETXC002

The second instalment of Eotrax’s collaborative series sees label boss Eomac of Lakker hook up with Migro/Klein artist Seán Carpio. On ETXC002 the pair bounce various kinds of feedback off one another to produce a record of drone, noise and concrète. These needling, abrasive tracks are not for the faint-hearted - enter at your peril.
  • Vinyl 12" (ETXC002)
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  • Limited edition

Paula Temple & Eomac
ETXC001

New from Eotrax (Lakker, LAIR) is a super-limited drop that comes courtesy of Paula Temple and label boss Eomac. ETXC001 is the first release in a series of collaborative records that are being readied by the label - Kamikaze Space Programme and Demian Licht have already signed on for future volumes. In this case we get two noisy, disorientating bits of techno that nod to Autechre and Surgeon.

Eomac
Bedouin Trax

Producer Eomac worked with extensive samples of Arabic-origin music sent to them by the group Bedouin. We’ve seen a few such projects over the years, but Eomac’s attitude to the source material presents this from being a tokenistic set of pieces. Bedouin Trax engages more deeply than that, and it sounds fantastic. Double LP.

Eomac
Reconnect

After a quiet 2017, Eomac returns with an LP that will either give you energy or send you insane. Drawing on Autechre, hardcore jungle, IDM, doom-techno and a bunch of other stuff your dad doesn’t think is ‘real music’, the eleven tracks of Reconnect are super-uncompromising and very arresting. Makes a lot of contemporary electronica that is sometimes described as ‘out-there’ look like Ed Sheeran. Enter at your peril.

Eomac
One Spirit

On One Spirit, Emoac may lazily bring about Burial comparisons due to the distinctly processed drum lines keeping time. On these two tracks however, it's clear there's more at stake. Arpeggios and grinding swells of mid range bass produce a harshness, whilst vocal snippets add a dramatic, solemn atmosphere.
  • Vinyl 10" (BAS001)
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  • Limited edition
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Eomac
Temple Of The Jaguar

So the story is that techno producer Eomac (half of duo Lakker) goes to Teotihuacan, Mexico and has a David Icke-esque cosmic revelation and decides to condense it into an 11-minute naturalistic techno epic about self-acceptance, and that's right, it's here, it's ready, are you?? He was so creatively spent by this task though that he got his pal Sal Stapleton to etch some artwork on the B side.

Eomac
Frozen Souls EP

Eomac’s Frozen Souls EP starts off with a bit of a tease, some curious ambient pads floating about with an implied rhythm. Then we get into it: booming, direct 4/4 kick-drums push straight ahead to the dancefloor, where the rest of the release lives. Includes a remix from Ontal. On Inner Surface Music.

Eomac
Origin and Destination

Sometimes, when the wind is just right and the planets align, you can hear the lush Irish hillsides in Ian McDonnel’s, aka Eomac, new EP. Over the course of these three tracks he explores paranoid and haunting beats, accompanied by sparse pads that cover the music in a tranquil yet ominous mist.