Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Compact Disc (CD)
Comes in a heavy 400gsm leather-tied polybag with hand-stamped card, full-colour tri-fold image and printed tracing paper. Each bag has been dual eyelet-ed by hand and sealed with a knotted real-leather strip.
Includes unlimited streaming of Creaking Haze & Other Rave Ghosts
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
‘Creaking Haze and Other Rave Ghosts’ is an album that almost doesn’t exist. It’s a cloud of old memories; a collective remembrance-pool of distant Saturday nights out, rave-fields, night-clubs, dancing, getting intimidated, getting high, feeling the love of the tribe but always looking over our shoulders for some dark threat or other. And best not mention the bad trips.
This album is a strange mix of British suspense/horror film tension, and euphoric techno tracks that have wound up mangled together. Listen closely and you’ll hear rust-flakes from the eerier moments of Tubular Bells, broken pistons from a flipped Detroit techno juggernaut, even flickery moon-bell-echoes of Morris jigs and baton-clashes. It’s a wyrd electronic album of rural myth and country-fear, and its flipside,
city-euphoria and night bus anxiety. Music for old-ravers who remember the parties fondly, and want to escape the world and get back to them again. If only for a while, or forever, in their personal mental-night-club.