Philip Jeck Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Avant-garde turntablist Philip Jeck has been salvaging vinyl from charity ships and skips for a long time now. Looping and mashing them together to bring out their emotive depths, If you’re a fan of Leyland Kirby and haven’t heard Jeck, this reissue is perfect for you, taking two of his Vinyl Coda series that were released early 2000s and putting them on 180g vinyl.
- Vinyl Double LP (GOD48)
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A new Philip Jeck record is always welcome: the man deals in turntables and old dusty records, but in a way that moves beyond the mere “ooh, sounds crackly!” He loops his source material up into whole new structures. This sense of composition and craft is very much in evidence on Cardinal, his new double LP on (where else?) Touch.
Philip Jeck has long been acknowledged as a maestro of abstract dusty vinyl loops, particularly through his authoritative records on Touch. But before those albums, in the late 90s, he produced the remarkable, quasi-symphonic Vinyl Codas. This is a double LP reissue of the first two parts, courtesy of GOD Records.
Philip Jeck is a reliable purveyor of vinyl-crackle eerie-loop dreamscapes, building remarkable pieces out of unidentifiable dusty 78’s. This latest release of his on the Touch label documents a live performance at London’s Iklectik gallery, so you can hear the construction of this magic in real time! CD on Touch.