Happy Robots Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Mood Taeg
Exophora

Mood Taeg are made up of people who live in Düsseldorf and Shanghai but the musical mood is more Germanic than Chinese. They are severely in debt to that magical movement of early '70s kraut-rock and electronic bands and cite the likes of Can, Neu!, Kraftwerk and Cluster as influences. They produce long form electronic pieces with some pretty great Jaki Liebezeit and Klaus Dinger. Should be right up the street of a lot of Norman Records customers. 
  • Vinyl LP (BOT20)
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Alice Hubble
Polarlichter

The debut album from London-based composer and synthesiser enthusiast Alice Hubley - who records under the spacey-themed name Alice Hubble. Polarlichter, released on the Happy Robots label, takes inspiration from the whole history of electronic music, from modern acts like Jon Hopkins all the way back to Delia Derbyshire. 
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Hologram Teen
Marsangst

Hologram Teen is the new project of former Stereolab keyboard player Morgane Lhote. Marsangst/Hex These Rules mashes together motorik electronica and disco. Fans of acts such as Add N To X, Death In Vegas, Stereolab, Ghost Box Recordings, Deadmau5, Yello, ESG and French house are likely to dig this.

Tiny Magnetic Pets
Deluxe / Debris

Taking influence from Bowie's Berlin period and '70s kraut-rock, Dublin's Magnetic Pets veer between near perfect synth pop and longer wig outs. They have plenty of celeb fans too - Kraftwerk's Wolfgang Flur collaborates here and OMD's Andy McCluskey and Visage's Rusty Egan are long term admirers. 
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  • Happy Robots

Arthur And Martha
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Arthur And Martha
Autovia

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