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  1. This sounds good, the last album didn’t connect with me, although the book and artwork were stellar as usual. He seems to be sinking more into ambient hauntological sounds for now. https://www.moonwiringclub.com/giftshop/the-only-cat-left-in-town-geph015lp *Initial LP orders are accompanied by 1 of 4 randomly selected fancy A5 elongated instructional ritual eerie location character art cards* Features fully-illustrated 300gsm reverse board inner & outer sleeves (the MWC standard) PLUS a huge A1 200gsm unearthly delirious Gloss Art POSTER * LP Download Code Card Included*
  2. https://www.moonwiringclub.com/giftshop/the-most-unusual-cat-in-the-village
  3. Maybe not as spot on as Cavity Slabs, but his new stuff is definitely better IMO: https://moonwiringclub.bandcamp.com/album/tabitha-reverb
  4. I can usually take or leave Ian's stuff, but this is some of his best IMO, has the dark vibe I love: https://boomkat.com/products/cavity-slabs http://www.blankworkshop.co.uk/
  5. Released 05.31.19 - Gecophonic Audio Systems I only found out about this artist 1 week ago. His back catalog is quite bizarre, this being his most accessible release. It has a similar haunted house Freescha / Night Feels / Terror Train aesthetic: Lo-Fi beats paired with spooky synths. From Bleep: "Another set of Ghost Box-style strangeness from Ian Hodgson’s Moon Wiring Club here. Ghastly Garden Centres sees Hodgson getting green fingers by exploring the latent weirdness of the garden centre. Trip-hop, breakbeat, dub, downtempo, jazz and more are all bundled together on this set of hauntological oddball electronics. The quintessentially British feel of Ghastly Garden Centres means that you can file it alongside the likes of Mr. Scruff and The Gasman. Scattered across 22 spectral tracks — each brandishing screwed-up techno and ramshackle house sensibilities as their misshapen tools — the many vignettes of Ghastly Garden Centres by Moon Wiring Club (Ian Hodgson) brings to life a distinctly British sort of dilapidation. Taking its cues from Ghost Box’s edgeland futurism, trip hop and dub beats droop ever-lower into their downtrodden sway, as spectral presences dip in and out of earshot like potentiality just beyond grasp."
  6. I'd never heard anything from this artist until recently. A great compilation that evokes BOC old tunes, The Advisory Circle, Keith Seatman, Belbury Poly - you know the kind of vibe on here. This guy has created a lot of music that needs unearthing. Article on Moon Wiring Club http://uneasy.in/2jpy6Lp When A New Trick Comes Out I Do An Old One. http://uneasy.in/2jpmaJN Boomkat http://uneasy.in/2jprTzg
  7. For fans of Radiophonic workshop and other odd English electronic music Moon Wiring Club & Pye Corner Audio Live in Bolton 1/10/11 The populace of Clinkskell Village invade Bolton Town! A ghastly mist descends onto the cobbled back streets and ghostly apparitions wander around the disused mills as Moon Wiring Club set up their blank workshop at the Dog and Partidge on Saturday 1st October 2011, though don't be surprised if inside the venue it is 1906. Visuals will also be projected as well as full Gecophonic sound by MWC, Pye Corner Audio and Time Attendant. A one off treat not to be missed. £6 per ticket - no booking fee http://www.facebook....113377712100998 http://theeveningeco...-bolton-1-10-11 Moon Wiring Club ~ Queen of Puddings Moon Wiring Club - Frosty Reception http://pyecorneraudio.wordpress.com/
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