LP £15.49 WSRC-02
LP and CD on Western Standards records edn of 110.
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- Space Is A Place by Western Standards
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You don't get too much drone on vinyl these days. It tends to be more of a CD thing which I guess makes sense as it's well suited for the CD format. Hang on... The initial 2 minutes of floaty Celer-esque drone have gone into a weird beaty krauty/new wave thing with a metronomic beat, a funky bass, and some sci-fi keyboard sounds. Nice! I was expecting out and out drone - how wrong was I! Lurching onwards and upwards to track two which has some nice electronics in it over a cyclical beat, it's almost like some primitive early techno or something from yesteryear though I know it ain't. It's now time music innit. The flipside has more 'drone as we know it' on there and these guys do it well. They're creating an interesting vibe, making some decent pieces of music and they clearly know what they're doing. The sum of these parts mean this album is a cut above the rest. We only got a handful in and there's only 110 copies available so it could be a wee while before we get anymore! You also get a CD with it so you can transport the cosmic vibes digitally on to your portable boombox player or phone or whatever it is you people do.
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