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Former Engineers songwriter Mark Peters is finally releasing his first solo recordings from way back when. Treading in the footsteps of large-scale electronic dreamers Hammock and Ulrich Schnauss, Peters’ first recordings will only be available on cassette tapes. Innerland is limited to 125 copies, so act now and dream later!

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Innerland by Mark Peters
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 06 December 2017

First things first. Mark Peters isn't toilet brush haired former the Alarm rocker Mike Peters.  This is Mark Peters who used to be in Engineers, might still be for all we know. Here he steps out solo for the first time and you can only get it on tape.

It's a series of glacial post rocky instrumentals that blend between electronic pulse and the treated guitar interplay that Mogwai do so successfully. It's all dead atmospheric and if any of you car companies want a glistening soundtrack to your latest model traversing the alps then you've come to the right place. Peters has collaborated before with Ulrich Schnauss and there are elements of the German's soundscapes in here but with much more emphasis on guitars. Peters is surely aligning himself for soundtrack work and on standout 'Cabin Hill' he successfully combines treated guitar, pulsating bass and the strum of a zither into a four minute post rock delight.  




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