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London Modular Alliance
Turn Off The Light EP

London Modular Alliance is an alliance of three men in London who like modular synthesisers a lot and dislike computers a lot. They enlist their patched-up synthesisers in the holy service of electro, resulting in a lot of wonky bass and frankly evil rhythms. ‘Round the Bridge’ steals the show here with a wicked little groove.

Terrace / Nu Era / Carl Finlow / London Modular Alliance
DE:10.05

De:tuned Records are going all-out for their tenth birthday celebrations, releasing a run of EPs that include tracks from friends and family they’ve accrued over the past decade. DE:10.05 generally keeps it electro - entries from Nu Era, Carl Finlow and London Modular Alliance are all Blade Runner synths and skittering 808s. The outlier is Terrace’s evocative deep house opener ‘Estrings’. Here’s to another ten years.
  • Artist(s):
  • London Modular Alliance

London Modular Alliance
Precious Materials

Always ready with the heaters, those London Modular Alliance fellows. The crew fire up the synths once more on Precious Materials, another home-run in LMA’s ever-expanding arsenal of electro weapons. Cuts like ‘Peach Hat’ and ‘Lavendah’ will transport you back to Detroit circa-1992. Precious Materials is out through Kirk Degiorgio’s Applied Rhythmic Technology (Photek, Deep Space Orchestra).

London Modular Alliance
INTLBLK006

International Black bring you Modular synth shop London Modular’s own London Modular Alliance, back with another EPisode of knotty productions rendered - yes, you guessed it - on modular synthesisers. And they know how to compose with these jam-tastic instruments. There’s some really rapid electro on the A side followed by chill acid and atmospheric DNB on the flip.
  • Artist(s):
  • London Modular Alliance

London Modular Alliance
Wireless

London Modular Alliance is a silly name, but at least it’s factually watertight. The group formed around the London synth emporium London Modular, and all of their tracks are born from hardware jams. It’ll come as no surprise that the cuts on Wireless are dense, slightly sinister numbers that sound very expensive. Will appeal to people who’ve been enjoying anything that CPU have done of late.
  • Artist(s):
  • London Modular Alliance

Pip Williams
Mode#7

Back in 2013, Pip Williams’ Mode#7 was the first release on Brokntoys. Fast forward to the present day and the label’s catalogue runs to around thirty drops from artists including London Modular Alliance and Koova. The four hard-nosed electro jams here remain some of the imprint’s best work, and as such they’re getting a short-run repress on hand-stamped wax.
  • Vinyl 12" (bt01)
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  • Last copy
  • Artist(s):
  • London Modular Alliance