Clouds Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Clouds return to Electric Deluxe (J. K. Flesh, Terence Fixmer) with new LP Heavy The Eclipse. Ever the lateral thinkers, here the Scottish duo construct an intriguing sci-fi backstory to bolster their forays into various hard club styles. It makes the raging confluence of techno, industrial, sound design and hardcore here even more interesting when you understand that it’s meant to be the soundtrack to a dystopian Glasgow 400 years from now. Good stuff.
- Vinyl Triple LP (EDLX056LP)
- Vinyl 12" (BOP010)
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Fiery Scottish DJ & hardcore duo Clouds offer up a rework of ‘Parkzicht’ from new album Heavy the Eclipse, courtesy of MPIA3 (aka Truss, or Tom Russell). Hard-pressed to come up with something meaner than the original, the London producer does a good job nonetheless, adding furious clattering beats and more. There’s also a whole audiovisual, futuristic graphic narrative to the album called 'Neurealm' worth checking out.
Liam Robertson of Scottish bangin' techno duo Clouds returns to Glasgow's West End Communications for his fourth 12" as Perth Drug Legend. Previous EPs came via Turbo and Resin. 'Tunes Fae A Teuchter' is destined to slay dancefloors with five tracks encompassing caustic acid and some slower, gnarly downer techno cuts. While 'Moshers Monument (7 Acres Dub)' is a euphoric bassline driven party anthem. Edition of 500hand-stamped and numbered copies.
Randomer / Clouds
Sparse on the details and letting their first release do its own rounds, new label Headstrong is the brainchild of raucous techno outfit Clouds. In player-manager style they here also make an appearance on HS001, backing up the record fronted by the irreplaceable lord of stern dance, Randomer. An exciting new project to be sure.
Folklore is one half of the Clouds duo, and is here providing the grand opening launch of the Folk Tales label. This first release is a five track selection of slightly sinister electronic business, with track titles like ‘Wounding Knife’ and ‘Sunken Native’ suggesting dark undercurrents, just like the best folk music does. Though make no mistake, there ain’t no guitars here. 12” EP.