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Ample Play Records release a heavy duty collection of Richard Norris’ recent Time And Space Machine Mixes on August 25th. A man of many guises, he has operated as a duo - as The Grid with Dave Ball, as Beyond the Wizard's Sleeve with Erol Alkan - but when it's time for some solo sonic action, he records and remixes as The Time and Space Machine.

We find him at it here: 'The Way Out Sound From In', reworking the most cosmic beat combos around into hitherto unheard psychedelic shapes. Warpaint, Jagwar Ma, Temples, Psychemagik, Tame Impala, The Sufis and more fall into the Time and Space Machine and come out the other side with wider grins and shinier eyes. It's The Way Out Sound From In....all aboard.

 


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The Way Out Sound From In by The Time And Space Machine
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6/10 Ian Staff review, 16 September 2014

The latest remix compilation from The Grid’s Richard Norris and another set of dance, dub, disco versions of current psych/indie-rock bands, here we have the likes of Temples, Cheval Sombre and Warpaint amongst others turned into the funkiest of club tunes. Jagwar Ma’s ‘Uncertainty’ is smoothed out to a Weatherall style dub stomper that certainly gets my head nodding while bushy haired psych hippies Temples get a Beatles-esque flower power trip out reworking. Norris brings his own little mixing pot to the table with all these indie club smashers and it makes for a quaint collection that you’d probably get out to play in the background in your flat after a night out with your mates, on the other hand it’s probably a good record for your average indie/dance DJ to have on his playlist.




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