L.I.E.S. Present Music For Shut-Ins by Various was available on CD but is now sold out on all formats, sorry.
CD £17.99 LIES041
2CD on L.I.E.S. inc. Legowelt, Beau Wanzer, Marcos Cabral, Vapauteen, Svengalisghost, Terekke, Greg Beato etc.
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- L.I.E.S. Present Music For Shut-Ins by Various
Like its predecessor ‘American Noise Volume One’ this two disc set rounds up tracks from a whole bunch of releases on the first disc and then complies unreleased tracks on the second.L.I.E.S. put out a ton of records in 2013 to the point it was pretty difficult to keep up. If you’re not familiar with the label then you’re clearly not wasting enough time on the internet because RA, Fact and that lot are always raving about it. To th uninitiated I’d say the label is like a cross between Dutch imprints Bunker and Djax-Up-Beats from mid-late 90’s. So yeah, freaky house, acid, mucky techno, some weirder electronics, bits of synthy stuff and so on. L.I.E.S.have introduced a lot of new artists as well as working with more established folks like Legowelt for example.
For folks that don’t buy vinyl this is a cool round up of what the label have been up to recently but really only the tip of the iceberg. It begins with Shawn O'Sullivan’s grotty techno asVapauteen, through to dark sleazy electro from Shadowlust. Legowelt super smash hit ‘Teen Romance’ is in there. The tough Chicago jackin’ flavours come from Greg Beato, warped and bangin’ mutant techno/ acid from Vereker, the lush ultra deep aquatic dub from Terreke recalls Rhythm & Sound and is a real highlight. There’s also tunes from Florian Kupfer, Daywalker & CF, Samantha Vacation and Svengalisghost.
On the second disc are another eleven tracks which I think are all exclusive and this is a good representation of the current roster including, Xosar, P.O.I, Beautiful Swimmers, TX Connect,Gunnar Haslam, Jahiliyya Fields, Antenes and some heavy action from the excellent Beau Wanzer in the form of ‘Crush Of Lust’. Totally useful collection.
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