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Exclusive video album mix – Flip Fantazia – The Trip

Fresh from their release on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records under their more covert Techno guise ‘Cypherpunx’ the Brighton based duo Flip Fantazia unleash their debut album ‘The Trip’.

Touching on influences from Air to Bonobo, The xx to DJ Shadow, ‘The Trip’ guides you down a road less travelled meandering through Downtempo, Electronica & Trip Hop with a few Jazzy twists & turns.

Essentially Flip Fantazia is a meeting of two minds, four hands, several synths, quite a few guitars, some very clever computer software with a variety of drum machines. The prolific duo spend most of their time writing, recording, producing, mixing & mastering original music down in an old bank vault in Brighton… well, Hove actually! Their real names… Douglas Horner & Tim Belcher.

Born from a project focussed mainly on music for Sync, writing for Ninja Tune PM, Cavendish Music, Delimusic, BMG PM & Deep East + more this is their first artist album to be commercially released.

Their first brief for Ninja Tune’s Production Music company was to create an authentic 60s sounding Samba song and a Boogaloo / Salsa, both of which appear on the Ninja Tune Latin Excursions album. Along with a contemporary breaks / glitch remix of the classical masterpiece Flight Of The Bumblebee and a piece of funk with a foodie flavour for two other Ninja Tune production music albums. Another brief came in for some Australian influenced Beach House from delimusic to be used on the BBC Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018 coverage, so out came the Didgeridoo and five new tracks were born. Writing to brief is a delight & an adventure for Flip Fantazia covering many genres from authentic Samba to electro disco new-wave post modern cosmic soul funk afro-boogie punk alt+indie dance crossover and everything in between! So it was tough to narrow The Trip down to 10 original tracks which best illustrate the authentic Flip Fantazia sound.

I wanted to make a video every week from the day of release for each track on the album to post across our socials and i tried to remain sympathetic to the lyrics and feel of each songs with the visual elements so it reflects the mood nicely but with a trip across the globe in mind too! Starting off The Trip around a troubled America, passing through tropical waters and over the bushfires of Australia, then on to the Far East taking in the beautiful waterfalls of Asia. Heading North to the Nordic forests then up into outer space to discover life on other planets.

The Trip is a 10 track album which we hope encapsulates just that with a vinyl release set on Ellon Music with orders available from https://flipfantazia.bandcamp.com

Artist ~ Flip Fantazia
Title ~ The Trip
Format ~ Vinyl LP + Digital
Cat.No. ~ ELLONLP001
Label ~ Ellon Music
Release Date ~ 29.05.2020
Style ~ Downtempo / Electronica

Tracklist:
A1 Hombre – 5:54
A2 Breathe – 3:58
A3 Wombarra – 3:42
A4 S900 ft ERaze- 3:22
A5 Protect & Serve ft Ursula Rucker – 4:36
B1 Play The Crowd – 3:29
B2 Fracture – 5:25
B3 Fly By Night – 5:33
B4 Sliver Spoon – 3:36
B5 Free By Design – 4:13

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Decoded Sundays – Simon Sheldon

Decoded Magazine · Decoded Sundays – Simon Sheldon

On the release of his new EP, Simon Sheldon takes the reign of our Decoded Sundays series with an exlusive downtempo mix

Talented UK producer Simon Sheldon has been journeying across musical genres for many years, producing everything from Drum n Bass, Reggae, House and Jazz. His new album ‘The Four of Swords’, hails the launch of his new label The Freebooter Lounge and an exciting new musical chapter for Simon as he explores the world of ambient Electronica. Together with guest collaborators Weldon, Spanna, Ciaran, along with well known Irish musicians Lynley Hamilton and Joel Byrne-McCullough, Simon has created a stunning downtempo musical tapestry that weaves between lush, emotive dreamy grooves and experimental cinematic electronica.

“‘The Four of Swords’ is a collection of tracks I wrote without really any intention to release them at first. I just wanted to experiment freely without having any pretence and self indulge creatively with no boundaries. I’m really happy with the feel of the tracks and how they all fit together. The experience has inspired me to further explore music with a more experimental approach and launch my new label, The Freebooter Lounge, as an outlet for it.” – Simon Sheldon

A £100 spend on a Korg mono synth at the age of 10, followed by the purchase of an Atari ST a few years later sowed the seeds of a life long desire to create music with electronic roots. On arriving to his now home town Belfast, Simon started writing, performing and releasing as Solaris, before forming Drum n Bass outfit Spree, who released tracks on labels such as Aspect Records, Formation, NIR amongst others. A prolific live act, Spree headlined events across Europe, Asia and the USA, as well as playing the highly regarded Jazz World Stage at Glastonbury. As a side project, Simon also produced Reggae with Paul Brown (Bedlam) and Robin (Touched and Crazy) and performed a live set supporting the Legendary Lee “Scratch“ Perry, as well as collaborating with Irish Nu-Jazz maestros, Belcrash. More recently, he has been carving a name for himself in the House Music arena, collaborating with Quentin Kane, together releasing a mix LP and an 18 track LP, ‘Exodus’, on DJ Spen’s Unquantize label, as well as remixes on labels such as Yoversion and Audiobite. They are currently putting the final touches to a jazz/funk cinematic LP, due for release this year. Coming up, Simon has a solo release on Defunkt titled ‘Jam Butty’, along with an exciting new adventure into the the world of ambient with his downtempo LP ‘The Four of Swords’ on his own new label, The Freebooter Lounge.

Mix tracklisting

1. Baer Stephenson – Brain Repetition
2. Joe Jog – Flash Breathing
3. Panaphonic – Sunrise Light
4. Deep Lo – Lost in you (M.I.N.D Remix)
5. Helly Larson – Deep Water
6. Llya Orange – Sandcastles (Frank Hellmond Remix)
7. Tuevolv – Ascension
8. Daser – Low Serotonin
9. Marc De Bell – Behind The Rainbow
10. Jens Buchert – Nubot
11. Leon Ayers Junior – Poison Girl
12. Van – Love
13. Numaro – From the lab
14. Global Communication – Re-Painted.

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Return to Rio releases exclusive Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo LIVE mix

Return to Rio · Return to Rio 2019 (Hernan Cattaneo V’s Nick Warren)

By far in our top 5 festivals in the world, Australia’s Return to Rio Festival has released and exclusive live recording of Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo back to back mix from the 2019 edition.

With Covid striking down festivals and clubs across the world, Retrun to Rio transports us back to simpler times and two of our favourite artists. So kick back, turn it up and enjoy!

Make sure to follow the team on facebook for future announcements

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Throwback Thursday John Digweed Renaissance Demo – 14.07.1992

We’ve all heard of John Digweed, but do you know how he got his first big break and become part of the iconic duo Sasha & Digweed? Step back to the 14th July 1992 with this demo mix tape he sent to Geoff Oaks at Renaissance Records. The rest they say is history.

“On this exact date, 25 years ago, I received a demo in the post from a completely unknown DJ that Dan Prince, then editor of Mixmag, had told to send it to me… I know it was this date, as it was a Saturday morning before Renaissance that night. I had listened to this demo 5/6 times during the day – and again on the way to the club that night. I knew I’d found something special the moment I heard the mix between the first 2 tracks on the B side of that tape!

After Renaissance that night, as often happened, Sasha came back to my house the next morning… I told him I’d found a DJ who I thought was amazing, and went on to play him the tape. He too was blown away! The only writing on the tape was ‘DJ JD’ and a phone number, so I called John after the weekend and told him I loved the tape and wanted him to play at the club, but I told him I wouldn’t put ‘DJ JD’ on the flyers as it sounded like a rave DJ and instead wanted to bill him as John Digweed. I booked his first date on Saturday 5th September 1992 – and spent 4 weeks before his debut gig telling everyone I’d discovered this amazing DJ – and, of course, he didn’t disappoint!! The whole club was blown away by the talent on show on his first night, and I then started to regularly pair him with Sasha at Renaissance, ahead of that iconic mix compilation, 2 yrs later, that took the S&D partnership global… so here’s the mixtape that started it all, a piece of clubbing history and a significant footnote in Renaissance’s history and in the career of one of the world’s finest DJs!” – Geoff Oaks

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Throwback Thursday John Digweed Renaissance Demo – 14.07.1992

We’ve all heard of John Digweed, but do you know how he got his first big break and become part of the iconic duo Sasha & Digweed? Step back to the 14th July 1992 with this demo mix tape he sent to Geoff Oaks at Renaissance Records. The rest they say is history.

“On this exact date, 25 years ago, I received a demo in the post from a completely unknown DJ that Dan Prince, then editor of Mixmag, had told to send it to me… I know it was this date, as it was a Saturday morning before Renaissance that night. I had listened to this demo 5/6 times during the day – and again on the way to the club that night. I knew I’d found something special the moment I heard the mix between the first 2 tracks on the B side of that tape!

After Renaissance that night, as often happened, Sasha came back to my house the next morning… I told him I’d found a DJ who I thought was amazing, and went on to play him the tape. He too was blown away! The only writing on the tape was ‘DJ JD’ and a phone number, so I called John after the weekend and told him I loved the tape and wanted him to play at the club, but I told him I wouldn’t put ‘DJ JD’ on the flyers as it sounded like a rave DJ and instead wanted to bill him as John Digweed. I booked his first date on Saturday 5th September 1992 – and spent 4 weeks before his debut gig telling everyone I’d discovered this amazing DJ – and, of course, he didn’t disappoint!! The whole club was blown away by the talent on show on his first night, and I then started to regularly pair him with Sasha at Renaissance, ahead of that iconic mix compilation, 2 yrs later, that took the S&D partnership global… so here’s the mixtape that started it all, a piece of clubbing history and a significant footnote in Renaissance’s history and in the career of one of the world’s finest DJs!” – Geoff Oaks

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United We Stream Brighton continues with Just Her, Billy Nasty, Zoyzi, Anthony Pappa and more

With over 170K views and performances from 21 artists in 7 different venues in first 2 weeks, United We Stream Brighton has showcased some of the city’s best local artists and venues

All artist are performing for free to help raise money for the city’s night-time economy, cultural organisations and charities with some great sets from; SKINT records artists Kideko, Dense & Pika, Waze & Odyssey plus English Disco Lovers, Seamus Haji, DMC Champion JFB, Monica, Suze Rosser, Markus Saarlander, Lola, Martin Duffy (Primal Scream), Flip Fantazia, Pork & Fitch, Shillin, Freestylers, Krafty Kuts, Magnus Asberg, Alex Downey, Dean Marsh, Steve Mason (Beta Band).

United we Stream Brighton also supported World Pride Day on 27th June by sharing sets from United We Stream in Sydney and House of Mince. Over the last nine years, House of Mince has thrown parties unlike any other in Sydney. House of Mince’s atmosphere of elation and freedom comes from impeccable curation of DJs and the Mince crowd that congregate with an infectious eagerness to dance and rejoice in togetherness. Partly because of House of Mince’s partnerships with Berlin institutions Berghain and Cocktail D’amore, Mince fosters a like-minded queer community to that of its Berlin counterparts.

The music will continue over the coming weeks, so keep an eye out on the website social media pages for the upcoming line ups. Acts to look forward to include; Anna Cee, Anthony Pappa, Billy Nasty, CLT DRP, Ejeca, Freemasons, Gary and The Yays, Just Her, Kinky Dangerous, Luke Brancaccio, Midfield General, Mikee Hollywood, Nadia, Plump DJ’s, Skinny Milk, Sonic Union, Stanton Warriors, Three Button Hand Me Down, Wax Works and many more!

Week 3 kicks off on Friday with Just Her playing some deep, melodic, emotion-filled grooves, from the Big Beach Cafe, followed by uplifting party tunes from Kinky Dangerous on the Revenge Rooftop, then Transparent Sound’s Orson Bramley at Block and industry stalwart Billy Nasty wrapping things up with a vinyl only set featuring electro, chopped up loops, techno and techno and Electronica at The Brighton Centre. On Saturday and Sunday, Brighton based agency Origin take over the streams with Luke Brancaccio, Lemon8, Nadia, Sonic Union, Sonic Union and Anthony Pappa, Live from Australia. DJ Mag editor Carl Loben also plays some soul, hip-hop, disco and dub tunes for the ultimate Sunday afternoon vibes.

Says Dom Van, Origin:

“We have Brighton and Romanian based office and Zoyzi lives in Brighton, Luke produces there all the time, we were going to be part of the Brighton Music Conference in April with a showcase of our whole roster and Anthony Pappa speaking, so being part of United We Stream Brighton is a great way for us to still showcase our artists and connect with our fans, whilst also supporting such a great cause.”

A movement that started in Berlin during lockdown that has spread to over 66 cities around the world, United We Stream Brighton will showcase the music, culture and free-thinking rainbow infused spirit to viewers at home, whilst raising money for the city’s night-time economy, cultural organisations and charities. The idea is for locals as well as people around the world to enjoy and experience Brighton’s music, art and culture through the website and social platforms. United We Stream Brighton is free, but with donations welcome, and all proceeds will go to support bars, clubs, pubs, venues, restaurants, performers, freelancers and cultural organisations across Brighton & Hove as well as contributing to the fight against homelessness and the vital work undertaken by the Grassroots charity and Audio Active.

Please donate what you can to raise money for Brighton’s nightlife, cultural organisations, charities and the fight against homelessness. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/brightonunitedwestream

Week 3 – Program Schedule:

Friday 3rd July:
7pm: Just Her – Big Beach Cafe
8pm: Orson Bramley (Transparent Sound) – Block
9pm: Billy Nasty – Brighton Centre

Saturday 4th July:
7pm: Luke Brancaccio – Brighton Centre – Origin
8pm: Nadia – Brighton Centre – Origin
9pm: Zoyzi – Brighton Centre – Origin
10pm: Sonic Union – Brighton Centre – Origin

Sunday 5th July:
7pm: Carl Loben – The Better Half
8pm: Anthony Pappa – Live from Australia – Origin
9pm: Lemon8 – Origin

United We Stream Brighton will feature some of Brighton’s most-loved venues, streaming music and performances every weekend uniting the city during the coronavirus pandemic. Initiated by Berlin-Brighton, The Brighton Music Conference, and Global Publicity, United we Stream Brighton joins Manchester to fly the flag for the UK music industry showcasing our talent to the world and reminding us of all the venues that are closed and we are missing during this time. A recent article by the UK Theatre and Society of London Theatre, estimated that half of all music venues and 70% of theatres across the UK face permanent closure. Therefore donating and joining the movement to support our music, art and culture in Brighton is essential.

Watch the live stream and find out more here:
Website: https://brighton.unitedwestream.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnitedWeStreamBrighton
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unitedwestreambrighton
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoE25NcYTmM

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United We Stream Brighton continues with Just Her, Billy Nasty, Zoyzi, Anthony Pappa and more

With over 170K views and performances from 21 artists in 7 different venues in first 2 weeks, United We Stream Brighton has showcased some of the city’s best local artists and venues

All artist are performing for free to help raise money for the city’s night-time economy, cultural organisations and charities with some great sets from; SKINT records artists Kideko, Dense & Pika, Waze & Odyssey plus English Disco Lovers, Seamus Haji, DMC Champion JFB, Monica, Suze Rosser, Markus Saarlander, Lola, Martin Duffy (Primal Scream), Flip Fantazia, Pork & Fitch, Shillin, Freestylers, Krafty Kuts, Magnus Asberg, Alex Downey, Dean Marsh, Steve Mason (Beta Band).

United we Stream Brighton also supported World Pride Day on 27th June by sharing sets from United We Stream in Sydney and House of Mince. Over the last nine years, House of Mince has thrown parties unlike any other in Sydney. House of Mince’s atmosphere of elation and freedom comes from impeccable curation of DJs and the Mince crowd that congregate with an infectious eagerness to dance and rejoice in togetherness. Partly because of House of Mince’s partnerships with Berlin institutions Berghain and Cocktail D’amore, Mince fosters a like-minded queer community to that of its Berlin counterparts.

The music will continue over the coming weeks, so keep an eye out on the website social media pages for the upcoming line ups. Acts to look forward to include; Anna Cee, Anthony Pappa, Billy Nasty, CLT DRP, Ejeca, Freemasons, Gary and The Yays, Just Her, Kinky Dangerous, Luke Brancaccio, Midfield General, Mikee Hollywood, Nadia, Plump DJ’s, Skinny Milk, Sonic Union, Stanton Warriors, Three Button Hand Me Down, Wax Works and many more!

Week 3 kicks off on Friday with Just Her playing some deep, melodic, emotion-filled grooves, from the Big Beach Cafe, followed by uplifting party tunes from Kinky Dangerous on the Revenge Rooftop, then Transparent Sound’s Orson Bramley at Block and industry stalwart Billy Nasty wrapping things up with a vinyl only set featuring electro, chopped up loops, techno and techno and Electronica at The Brighton Centre. On Saturday and Sunday, Brighton based agency Origin take over the streams with Luke Brancaccio, Lemon8, Nadia, Sonic Union, Sonic Union and Anthony Pappa, Live from Australia. DJ Mag editor Carl Loben also plays some soul, hip-hop, disco and dub tunes for the ultimate Sunday afternoon vibes.

Says Dom Van, Origin:

“We have Brighton and Romanian based office and Zoyzi lives in Brighton, Luke produces there all the time, we were going to be part of the Brighton Music Conference in April with a showcase of our whole roster and Anthony Pappa speaking, so being part of United We Stream Brighton is a great way for us to still showcase our artists and connect with our fans, whilst also supporting such a great cause.”

A movement that started in Berlin during lockdown that has spread to over 66 cities around the world, United We Stream Brighton will showcase the music, culture and free-thinking rainbow infused spirit to viewers at home, whilst raising money for the city’s night-time economy, cultural organisations and charities. The idea is for locals as well as people around the world to enjoy and experience Brighton’s music, art and culture through the website and social platforms. United We Stream Brighton is free, but with donations welcome, and all proceeds will go to support bars, clubs, pubs, venues, restaurants, performers, freelancers and cultural organisations across Brighton & Hove as well as contributing to the fight against homelessness and the vital work undertaken by the Grassroots charity and Audio Active.

Please donate what you can to raise money for Brighton’s nightlife, cultural organisations, charities and the fight against homelessness. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/brightonunitedwestream

Week 3 – Program Schedule:

Friday 3rd July:
7pm: Just Her – Big Beach Cafe
8pm: Orson Bramley (Transparent Sound) – Block
9pm: Billy Nasty – Brighton Centre

Saturday 4th July:
7pm: Luke Brancaccio – Brighton Centre – Origin
8pm: Nadia – Brighton Centre – Origin
9pm: Zoyzi – Brighton Centre – Origin
10pm: Sonic Union – Brighton Centre – Origin

Sunday 5th July:
7pm: Carl Loben – The Better Half
8pm: Anthony Pappa – Live from Australia – Origin
9pm: Lemon8 – Origin

United We Stream Brighton will feature some of Brighton’s most-loved venues, streaming music and performances every weekend uniting the city during the coronavirus pandemic. Initiated by Berlin-Brighton, The Brighton Music Conference, and Global Publicity, United we Stream Brighton joins Manchester to fly the flag for the UK music industry showcasing our talent to the world and reminding us of all the venues that are closed and we are missing during this time. A recent article by the UK Theatre and Society of London Theatre, estimated that half of all music venues and 70% of theatres across the UK face permanent closure. Therefore donating and joining the movement to support our music, art and culture in Brighton is essential.

Watch the live stream and find out more here:
Website: https://brighton.unitedwestream.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnitedWeStreamBrighton
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unitedwestreambrighton
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoE25NcYTmM

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Alleanza Radio Show celebrates its 400th episode

Almost 9 years on, Alleanza Radio Show is still going strong. With it’s first show airing back in December 2011, the first few episodes showcased only top names such as Kaiserdisco, Hermanez, Karotte, Mauro Picotto, Stephan Bodzin, Pig&Dan, Cari Lekebusch , Christian Smith and Bart Skils. The radio show was exclusively picked up by Ibiza’s top Radio Station – Ibiza Global Radio. After two years of airing solely for IGR and wanting to expand to more listeners Alleanza took the show global, and syndicated to over 150 radio stations, making it one of the most techno podcasts listened to. 

Fast forward almost 9 years later, listeners have seen a slight change in the show. Still techno based – the show is mostly focused on artists who are releasing within the label with occasional guests – easily accessed and downloadable from Alleanza’s Soundcloud and iTunes channels. Expect nothing short from some of the best names, and most importantly, good music!

The 400th show needed a special touch, so the guest mix was given to none other than the label’s A&R Lenny, who has delivered a whole hour of tracks from Alleanza, most not even released yet! Artists included in this mix are Juan Trujillo, Sone, Axel Karakasis, Noetik, Lex Gorrie, Drop-E, Shaun Moses, Dj Dextro, Tony Tyson, Dark Quadrant, Fabian Cioffi and George Liebe.

Subscribe to Alleanza Radio show and never miss a beat
• Subscribe on iTunes: apple.co/33S86jL
• Follow Alleanza on Facebook – bit.ly/2pHpEjt
• Subscribe on Soundcloud: shorturl.at/alzP2

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Alleanza Radio Show celebrates its 400th episode

Almost 9 years on, Alleanza Radio Show is still going strong. With it’s first show airing back in December 2011, the first few episodes showcased only top names such as Kaiserdisco, Hermanez, Karotte, Mauro Picotto, Stephan Bodzin, Pig&Dan, Cari Lekebusch , Christian Smith and Bart Skils. The radio show was exclusively picked up by Ibiza’s top Radio Station – Ibiza Global Radio. After two years of airing solely for IGR and wanting to expand to more listeners Alleanza took the show global, and syndicated to over 150 radio stations, making it one of the most techno podcasts listened to. 

Fast forward almost 9 years later, listeners have seen a slight change in the show. Still techno based – the show is mostly focused on artists who are releasing within the label with occasional guests – easily accessed and downloadable from Alleanza’s Soundcloud and iTunes channels. Expect nothing short from some of the best names, and most importantly, good music!

The 400th show needed a special touch, so the guest mix was given to none other than the label’s A&R Lenny, who has delivered a whole hour of tracks from Alleanza, most not even released yet! Artists included in this mix are Juan Trujillo, Sone, Axel Karakasis, Noetik, Lex Gorrie, Drop-E, Shaun Moses, Dj Dextro, Tony Tyson, Dark Quadrant, Fabian Cioffi and George Liebe.

Subscribe to Alleanza Radio show and never miss a beat
• Subscribe on iTunes: apple.co/33S86jL
• Follow Alleanza on Facebook – bit.ly/2pHpEjt
• Subscribe on Soundcloud: shorturl.at/alzP2

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WATCH: Max Cooper – Live at the Barbican (Yearning for the Infinite)

Filmed at the debut ‘Yearning for the Infinite’ show at the Barbican in London on 28 September. Warning: this video contains flashing images!

Max Cooper:

“It was exciting to build this show for the Barbican. It’s one of my favourite venues in the world and they encouraged me to go big. So I turned the whole space into a multi layered canvas and set out to audio visualise the infinite. I collaborated with many visual artists and academics, each chapter using a different form of infinite visual structure on which I also based the music as a score. The result was an intense live show, somewhere between classical, techno, theatre and cinema. We couldn’t capture the true 3D effect of the semi transparent screen layers on film, but Tegid [Cartwright, the director] has done a great job showing the vibe of the evening, which was pretty special. Big thanks again to the Barbican, all of the visual and musical collaborators and team who helped put it all together, and everyone who came along to make it what it was.”

The whole project is explained in more detail at: https://www.yearningfortheinfinite.net
Buy/stream the original album: https://ffm.to/yearningfortheinfinite

SET LIST:

1:33 A Fleeting Life (feat. James Yorkston) / Video: Kevin McGloughlin
4:43 Let There Be / Video: Thomas Vanz
8:34 In Pursuit of Ghosts (with Tom Hodge) / Video: Kevin McGloughlin
11:28 Repetition / Video: Kevin McGloughlin
17:20 Parting Ways / Video: Maxime Causeret
24:27 Penrose Tiling / Video: Jessica In
29:21 Live Glitch Jam / Video: Platonic by Páriac McGloughlin
32:10 Hope / Video: Andy Lomas
38:08 Circular / Video: Páriac McGloughlin
43:32 Morphosis / Video: Memo Akten
51:03 Symmetry (with Tom Hodge) / Video: Kevin McGloughlin
54:52 Nanotech (feat. Wilderthorn) / Video: Sage Jenson
59:51 Void / Video: Jessica In
1:06:58 Perpetual Motion / Video: Nick Cobby
1:13:02 Aleph 2 (feat. Adam Betts) / Video: Martin Krzywinski
1:20:20 Transcendental Tree Map / Video: Nick Cobby & Martin Krzywinski

All tracks published – Manners McDade Music Publishing Limited (P) and (C) MESH under exclusive license to Phases 2019.

All tracks written, arranged and produced by Max Cooper.

Parting Ways written in collaboration with Mark Seavers aka Six Sigma, In Pursuit of Ghosts written in collaboration with Tom Hodge. Scalar featuring vocals by Alison Moyet, Nanotech featuring vocals by Jon Bilbrough aka Wilderthorn, A Fleeting Life featuring vocals by James Yorkston. Parting Ways, Aleph 2 and Scalar featuring percussion by Adam Betts recorded by Andy Ramsay at Press Play Studios.

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