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Bleep.com X De:tuned Advent: Day 8 https://bleep.com/advent-2020-day-8 For the day 8 of the Bleep Advent 2020, they have a bundle offer from De:tuned including a limited edition slip mat and custom UDG Gear Ultimate Courier Bag - both featuring artwork from Kevin Foakes aka DJ Food. Final part to complete your '10 Years De:tuned' set. Thanks for the support!
Bleep is celebrating the run-up to Christmas 2019 with a daily limited offer featuring De:Tuned, LuckyMe, Warp, Ninja Tune and more.
For the first day of the Bleep Advent 2019, they have a bundle offer from De:tuned including an exclusive silver vinyl pressing of DE:10:10, an A2 print and tote bag shipping now.
ASGDE030LTD + Tote Bag + A2 Print + Bleep Tote
Exclusive silver vinyl
Limited to 300 copies Solid silver 180g vinyl Silver foil sleeve Mastered by Matt Colton at Metropolis Artwork by Kevin Foakes (DJ Food) Features Lone, Plaid, Steven Rutter, Erik Van Den Broek and Humanoid https://bleep.com/release/158068-various-artists-de1010
Limited to 100
Screentec Aquatex Acrylic Process Colours (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Black) & Lascaux Aluminium Silver Acrylic
Heritage White 315gsm Archival Paper
Artwork by Kevin Foakes (DJ Food)
Printed by Jonas Ranson at Blacklist Editions London
De:tuned Tote Bag
Limited to 100
Bleep exclusive Artwork by Kevin Foakes (DJ Food)
By Goiter Sanchez
Seefeel founding member Mark Clifford releases an EP of scraping, singing guitar tone experiments today on ‘Playback EP’! Some fascinating textures and novel wrangling of harmonics for those who like to hear ostensibly familiar sounds from an oblique angle.
A video for the first track ‘Blue-Fi I:
“The basic tracks for ‘Playback’ were recorded 15 years ago during a four hour session at Playback Studios in Brighton, and with a resident engineer more accustomed to recording Eastern European orchestras than experimental guitar music. It was a time in my life when I needed to break some emotional glass and the intensity of the sound in the studio succeeded in doing that. Over the following weeks I played around with the stems at home largely using a GRM Tools plugin. The tracks were kind of shelved with the intention of eventually finishing them as an album but this was never fully realised.”