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There's a live performance of this album's last track towards the end of this video. If you're interested in electronic music ramblings you might enjoy the interview too :wink:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBeBVt5YEUE

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The long awaited follow-up to 2010's "8 Characters", "Definite Complex" is the truest vision of Future Image's electronic music. From the frenzy of "Hymn for Two Nuns" and "Arkenfeld", through the relentless crush of "Ibrox", to the calm of "Three Point Projector" and "Snarestone", "Definite Complex" is the most expansive and varied of Finlay Shakespeare's output so far. Spanning five years of continuous work behind live albums such as "Jetlag" and "9v1", this is also his highest achievement as Future Image so far.

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will there be a physical copy?

 

A cassette? :3

Sounds like a plan, man.

 

This could very well happen. I bought a big ass box of C90s - a 9v1/Arrhythmus tape release is definitely happening - so it's on the cards :wink:

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will there be a physical copy?

 

A cassette? :3

Sounds like a plan, man.

This could very well happen. I bought a big ass box of C90s - a 9v1/Arrhythmus tape release is definitely happening - so it's on the cards :wink:
Aaaawwweeee yyyyyeeeeraaaahhhh!!!
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will there be a physical copy?

 

A cassette? :3

Sounds like a plan, man.

This could very well happen. I bought a big ass box of C90s - a 9v1/Arrhythmus tape release is definitely happening - so it's on the cards :wink:
Aaaawwweeee yyyyyeeeeraaaahhhh!!!

Awwwwwwwwwww yisssssssssssssssssssssssssssszzzzzzzzzzzzzz

 

Also - one week now!

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