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:zoviet*france: and Fossil Aerosol Mining Project continue exploring their fruitful collaboration following last years Patina Pooling album. This flexidisc (yes, you read that correctly) consists of two new tracks in scuzzy lo-fi. Released in conjunction with the Baltic 39 exhibition. Out on limited 33rpm white 7" flexidisc in custom package with insert on alt.vinyl.

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  • / Limited 33rpm white 7" flexidisc in custom package with insert on alt.vinyl
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Flexible Pooling by :zoviet*france: and Fossil Aerosol Mining Project 1 review. Add your own review. 7/10
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7/10 Staff review, 16 April 2015

Taking me back to my youth are North East noiseniks Zoviet France with this wonderfully packaged thing on Alt Vinyl. Firstly it's a flexidisc and long before I started collecting them as a gangly teenager I was always fascinated by them and used to claw excitedly at the gold-coloured ones my grandma would get with her Readers Digest.

The other way in which this links into my past is that I used to stalk Zoviet France's house. It was about three streets away from me when I was a student  - my brother was obsessed with them and demanded I checked it out. Many a summers evening I'd walk past with the pretence of going to the off license just to see if I could hear any esoteric noise emanating from out its windows. Anyway I'm old enough not to stalk people now but Zoviet France are still making swathes of impressively evocative noise. Here in collaboration with Fossil Aerosol Mining Project they've made high pitched shards of sound which are gradually joined by lower slabs and eerie screeches.

It's like the waves lapping up on the shore at Cullercoats if the waves were made of granite and the shore was razorblades. Strangely soothing.   


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