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IVVVO
doG

The nomadic IVVVO returns to Rabit’s Halcyon Veil (700 Bliss, Chino Amobi) for the release of his third LP. Anyone familiar with the Bastet member’s previous solo work will find plenty to sink their teeth into on doG. Once again this is a set of tracks that sees IVVVO brutalising and bastardising various club, industrial and metal sonics. It kind of ends up sounding like Nine Inch Nails if they had Yves Tumor rather than Trent Reznor at the helm.
  • Vinyl Double LP (HALC021)
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Rabit
Life After Death


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Rabit
Cry Alone Die Alone

An absolute belter of a mixtape from Rabit on his own Halcyon Veil imprint. This is his tribute to one of his hometown influences; Houston cough syrup rap/hip-hop don DJ Screw, and has him blending, choppin' and screwin' some deep cuts into a blurry, smudged, opiated hazzzzze. Grab one while you can as these will fly.

CECILIA
Adoration

A haunting, exhilarating debut album from Rome-born, Montreal-based artist Mélissa Gagné, aka CECILIA. Venturing into trip-hop, atmospheric ambient and film score music, this record sees CECILIA singing in English, French and Italian, her diaristic approach to writing underpinning the absorbing melancholia of gentle synths and improvised guitars. 
  • Vinyl LP (HALC018)
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Rabit
Les Fleurs Du Mal

Second album from producer of screwed-up sounding club / unclub musics Rabit. Les Fleurs Du Mal is a fierce suite of ferocious rhythms, noisy modular synth blasts and pulses, and all manner of digital detritus, woven together into strange wholes. You can certainly hear the declared Coil inspiration. LP on Halcyon Veil.
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City
A Goal is an Image

Rabit's hotbed of experimental grime and other hypermodern digital distractions welcomes the first appearance for Vancouver-based artist City. Abstract song structures abound, but there is a strong sense of purpose that guides these crystalline shards of bass, beat and buzz around the frequency range in the spirit of that most current and ambiguous of styles – post-club music.
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Jesse Osborne Lanthier
A.T.L.H.F.V.A.M.L.T.H.A.T.U.

A.T.L.H.F.V.A.M.L.T.H.A.T.U. (please don’t make me type that again) is a set of ferocious electronics from the frazzled mind of Jesse Osborne Lanthier. The tracks run through a wild mixture of sounds and modes, making sharp invasions into your headspace. Hell of a ride. Limited edition of 100 tapes on Halcyon Veil.
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Mistress
Hollygrove

Long-made predictions of the transatlantic spread of grime are slowly coming to pass… Mistress operates out of New Orleans, but there is an unmistakable smear of UK grime stylings all over these tight-bouncing instrumentals tracks. Hollygrove is the Mistress debut. Edition of 300 hand-numbered 12”s on Halcyon Veil.
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Rabit & Chino Amobi
The Great Game

An exciting and unusual release from the duo of Rabit and Chino Amobi. The Great Game is a hyper-digital array of sound: flaring samples from all over the place, tight grime structures, and a computer voice reciting texts on geopolitical unrest. It’s a radically disorienting piece, highly recommended. Edition of 130 cassette tapes on Halcyon Veil.
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Imaginary Forces
And What?

Rabit’s Halycon Veil imprint presents a selection of rough and ready noise/grime hybrids from Imaginary Forces. On And What? the high BPM, aggro synths and rough-edged drum programming that connect grime and footwork are amplified until they become almost atonal. This is futuristic dance music.

Why Be
Snipestreet

Why Be’s EP is the second release on the Halycon Veil label. Snipestreet is a collection of four off kilter techno and grime tracks. There are some more experimental tracks, Whalin for example has no beat and morphs into some kind of menacing soundscape. It’s dark, churning techno which feels like it’s just slithered out of a swamp and splurged onto ya earbuds.  
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