Dale Cornish Vinyl, CD & tapes by Dale Cornish at Norman Records
Tasty split between ya boy Dale Cornish and Sim Hutchins, as part of OOH-Sounds’ Decoupole ][ Series. Sim’s ‘Druk Pak’ is a cold-temperature quasi-ambient stretch, while Dale’s ‘California’ cut is a typically adventurous trip through repetition and fully-constructed club sounds, plus a twisted piece of vocal. 12” on OOH-Sounds.
- Vinyl 12" (OOH-012)
- In stock and ready to ship
- Last copy
Dale Cornish has always excelled when working with the most minimal of source material, and Clap sets him up nicely by focusing on the clap preset of the TR909 drum machine. Over four tracks, our hero splinters off into different directions (pulsing minimalism, sinister atmospheres) while always centering that Clap. 12” release on the Where To Now? label.
Dale Cornish & Phil Julian
Croydon Kings Dale Cornish and Phil Julian consummate their friendship with this tasty 7” single on Tapeworm non-tape spin-off sub-label The Wormhole. Laughing Out is pop music as reimagined by proper sound-weirdos, with attitude-laden Cornish spoken-word and stutter Julian fizz everywhere. Rare-sounding stuff.
Dale Cornish and Phil Julian are renowned for a number of solo works on a variety of labels. Dale Cornish was intrigued by the Hewlett Packard test tone generator that Phil Julian had recently acquired. Dale Cornish wrote the words and sang them over Phil Julian’s HP generated electronic noises to create Two Warhol's Worth.
Two Warhol’s Worth is available on cassette.