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So recently I got a request from a user if there is a possibility to do a Kickstarter similar to the Caustic Window LP we did back in 2014 for Tom's "Methyl Orange" LP, a 2x12" whitelabel apparently only given to Richard, Chris Jeffs, GWC, and potentially a few other mates. Was destined for MEN Records (a Rephlex sublabel) back in 2003 but never saw the light of day.
Wait - what? "Methyl Orange LP"? I'd never heard of it until now...
So, a bit of Googling (you get a lot of science-y stuff if you just Google "Methyl Orange"), and I did find where I am assuming Tom played these tracks live for WARP20 and keyfumbler posted it to Mixcloud:
A comment on the Mixcloud page seems to indicate this set contains tracks from that LP, and Richard has played some in recent live sets:
Anyone have more info? I would like to know a bit more, and the possibility of a Kickstarter is highly unlikely, but I'd like to know more.
I’m Timi Alexander, a 23-year old Finnish singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist living in London, and I'll be releasing my debut solo album on Soundcloud and Spotify within a week or two. The record takes influence from the 90s alternative rock and hip hop production (Liquid Swords is a big inspiration on the skit-like nature of the album flow), a combination that will further be explored on the future releases, as well as Aphex Twin. I've performed and produced all the music in my bedroom, an environment I've found surprisingly inspiring over the course of the making of the album.
Cold Leather - https://soundcloud.com/timialexander/cold-leather
Heartblood - https://soundcloud.com/timialexander/heartblood
In case you're interested, here's a Dropbox mp3 download link to the (yet) unreleased full album:
Thanks for listening! :-)
By titch thomas
I'm proud to present my first full length Bandcamp release:
STRANGE FRUIT [43:35]
02. GUNGA ACID
04. NITE BIRD [fast mix]
06. DARBY ACID
09. SHIPWRECK ACID
11. NITE BIRD [tape mix] (bonus track)
art by Marjar
Much love to all the WATMM users who've helped me craft a sound. I truly appreciate the listens and support!