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I don't think they will record again- I remember reading that Voafose/Jeremy Simmonds is no longer doing music.  Maybe some stuff will be released that's already been recorded ala Rodulate which was released in 2007(?) but had been recorded in the 90's. 

I think Weirs is great, Rodulate was p deece too.  

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3 hours ago, Velazquez said:

I don't think they will record again- I remember reading that Voafose/Jeremy Simmonds is no longer doing music.  Maybe some stuff will be released that's already been recorded ala Rodulate which was released in 2007(?) but had been recorded in the 90's. 

I think Weirs is great, Rodulate was p deece too.  

how can someone walk away from idm?

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im very curious about NCC 1701, the first rephlex release according to the rephlex manifesto:

Rephlex Discography - 1991/92

  • NCC 1701 IG-88/Voafose and Ohm Double A side 4 track 12"
  • CAT 002 Q:Chastic 4 track double 7"
  • CAT 003 Strong Island Players 1 sided promo

ive always thought that ohm was just an early alias of luke

curiously, on one of the early afx demo tapes shared by ben middleton, there's some unreleased vibert/simmonds tracks included

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one of which is called ohm sweet ohm. kraftwerk reference, i know. but still noteworthy in my opinion!

and luke mentioned in an interview that weirs was supposed to come out in 1991

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Can we talk about this Simmonds/Vibert record, Weirs. It was your first proper electronic release, right?
LV: Yes, it was supposed to come out in '91. 

not sure about the truth behind that statement, but it could mean that NCC 1701 was in fact an early version of weirs

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On 8/27/2022 at 3:49 PM, Ski Nell said:

im very curious about NCC 1701, the first rephlex release according to the rephlex manifesto:

Rephlex Discography - 1991/92

  • NCC 1701 IG-88/Voafose and Ohm Double A side 4 track 12"
  • CAT 002 Q:Chastic 4 track double 7"
  • CAT 003 Strong Island Players 1 sided promo

ive always thought that ohm was just an early alias of luke

curiously, on one of the early afx demo tapes shared by ben middleton, there's some unreleased vibert/simmonds tracks included

image.png.1e8dc98dce5aafdd824fa3b63aca4b0a.png

one of which is called ohm sweet ohm. kraftwerk reference, i know. but still noteworthy in my opinion!

and luke mentioned in an interview that weirs was supposed to come out in 1991

not sure about the truth behind that statement, but it could mean that NCC 1701 was in fact an early version of weirs

Charlie,thinking,its all connected,connect the dot Meme Generator - Imgflip

i hope you enjoyed my rambling 😅

What are those track titles? - i can't make out the writing- def need glasses lol . Interesting stuff though I know they Rephalex kept pushing the Weirs release date back. . I know there's some unreleased Vibert and Simmonds out there just a matter of how much.  Luke played an unreleased Vibert/Simmonds during the Recepticon release mix-athon.  I'm pretty sure Jeremy/Voafose is "retired" I don't think he's actively making music anymore.

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On 8/29/2022 at 8:50 AM, Velazquez said:

What are those track titles? - i can't make out the writing- def need glasses lol . Interesting stuff though I know they Rephalex kept pushing the Weirs release date back. . I know there's some unreleased Vibert and Simmonds out there just a matter of how much.  Luke played an unreleased Vibert/Simmonds during the Recepticon release mix-athon.  I'm pretty sure Jeremy/Voafose is "retired" I don't think he's actively making music anymore.

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