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Clouds
Heavy The Eclipse

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)
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JK Flesh
New Horizon

Brand new album from grinding sonic alchemist JK Flesh also known as Justin K Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu). With this project he's making dark and porous dub influenced techno packed to the brim with the same forms of sonic nihilism that pervades his more guitar orientated work. Be very afraid, this is truly an assault on the senses.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (EDLX058LP)
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  • Electric Deluxe

Clouds
Parkzicht (MPIA3 RMX)

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.
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  • Electric Deluxe

AnD
Social Decay

Manchester based techno producers Andre Bowen and Dimitri Poumplidis return for their second full length album as AnD. Digging deeper into the industrial heritage of Manchester, on social Decay they push their techno productions further into noise and industrial territories. Triple LP on Electric Deluxe.

Clouds (Calum Macleod, Liam Robertson)
Timeslip Roadmender

Despite the name Clouds aren’t interest in making any ambient nonsense. The collaboration between Calum Macleod and Liam Robertson is only interested in minimal and mechanical techno. Timeslip Roadmender on Electric Deluxe is a relentless vision of cold, lo-fi electronic music set to a 4x4 kickdrum.
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  • Electric Deluxe

AnD
AnD RMX01 (Zeitgeber / Sleeparchive / O/H)

Everyone enjoyed AnD’s recent album Cosmic Microwave Background didn’t they? Industrial dancefloor power tunes and no mistake. Well three people who definitely enjoyed that record are Zeitgeber, O/H and Sleeparchive, as each are present here on AnD RMX01 to techno-remix the hell out of those original tracks.
  • Artist(s):
  • AnD
  • Label(s):
  • Electric Deluxe

Giorgio Gigli
The Right Place Where Not To Be

Giorgio Gigli has left it until more than ten years into his career to send out a full-length album into the world, and this is it. The Right Place Where Not To Be swathes techno rumblings in billowing clouds of dark ambience. A highly atmospheric trip spread over five sides of vinyl (one record is single-sided), on Electric Deluxe.
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  • Electric Deluxe

AnD
AnD RMX 02 (JK Flesh / Black Rain)

Everyone enjoyed AnD’s recent album Cosmic Microwave Background didn’t they? Industrial dancefloor power tunes and no mistake. Well two people who definitely enjoyed that record are Black Rain and JK Flesh (aka Justin Broadrick), who both use AnD RMX02 as an excuse to heavy-up these tracks even further.

AnD
Cosmic Microwave Background

There's something about the cosmos. AnD come down to earth just to shout us out of its ether with 'Cosmic Microwave Background', a record of dancefloor miasma with more complexity than your average club-ready release. AnD continue to combine their love of tunes you can get down to and heady experimental works as if they're the same thing. 
  • Artist(s):
  • AnD
  • Label(s):
  • Electric Deluxe