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Dual Action
Back In

New York stalwart K.P (AKA Dual Action) returns with five track EP ‘Back In’. This EP is the first release for some time from Dominick Fernow (AKA Prurient)’s label Bed Of Nails. While edging towards a more deconstructed version of techno, this EP also functions as a Warehouse tool in the tradition of the Bed Of Nails back cata...view item »

Shifted
Under A Single Banner

I've not really had the pleasure of checking Shifted's material in the past. Myriad 12"s have appeared and vanished as quickly from our shelves. His last album on Luke Slater's back-to-basics Mote-Evolver stable is highly regarded yet now out of pr...view item »

Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement
Water Rose Above The Head

The latest emission on Dominick Fernow's Bed Of Nail label comes from the mysterious Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement following a fine release for ...view item »

Violet Poison
Awakening Messiah

Finally another EP drops on Hospital Productions techno sub-label Bed Of Nails. Following superb 12"s from Christian Cosmos, Bronze Age and Vatican Shadow, Violet Poison hits us with the fourth release on Dominick Ferno...view item »

Christian Cosmos
The Sharp Lines That Delineate His Robes

Following 12"s from Vatican Shadow and Bronze Age Dominick Fernow's Bed Of Nails label hit's its third release with an...view item »

Bronze Age
Antiquated Futurism

The second release on Dominic Fernow’s label comes from Kris Lapke who was Fernow’s right hand man at the Hospital Productions Studio. Bearing that in mind a full-on st...view item »

Vatican Shadow
September Cell

Just when I was losing the will to live three Vatican Shadow vinyl’s drop and save me from the vultures. Following a slew of Cassettes and eventually wax via Type and Blackest Ever black, this latest final offering from Dominick Fernow (Prurient) arrives on his new label Bed Of Nails. A four track EP no less. This really is kind...view item »