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Post by Jaguar018 » Mon May 13, 2019 8:32 am

This new Death and Vanilla album is currently floating my boat in a very good way.

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Post by shadowplay » Mon May 13, 2019 8:47 am

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This new Death and Vanilla album is currently floating my boat in a very good way.
Yeah me too, it's been getting a lot of play by all the family over the weekend.

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Post by panoramic » Mon May 13, 2019 8:49 am

Jaguar018 wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 8:32 am
This new Death and Vanilla album is currently floating my boat in a very good way.
i like track 3 a good bit, i'll listen to it all a few times now
i used to be cool

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Post by panoramic » Mon May 13, 2019 8:50 am

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I love that this thread exists. I now feel like I must be in the right place for me. As soon as I saw all the Ghost Box stuff mentioned in the first post along with Le Superhomard.

Huge Broadcast fan over here.
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Post by shadowplay » Mon May 13, 2019 8:51 am

panoramic wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 8:49 am
Jaguar018 wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 8:32 am
This new Death and Vanilla album is currently floating my boat in a very good way.
i like track 3 a good bit, i'll listen to it all a few times now
It's a like a My Bloody a valentine song with all the distortion binned.

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Post by tune_link » Tue May 14, 2019 5:05 am

scoping out this Death and Vanilla! good stuff so far!

you all into Sound of Ceres/Candy Claws? it kinda reminds me of that.

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Post by shadowplay » Tue May 14, 2019 5:30 am

I forgot to post about the coming Vanishing Twin elpee The Age Of Immunology which is up for preorder. Only listened to a very short extract when I was buying it but what I heard sounded up to the usual high standard.

Justin Hopper & Sharron Kraus with Belbury Poly elpee 'Chanctonbury Rings 'on Ghost Box goes up for pre on Friday though (and I may be wrong about this) the days of absolutely needing to get in early with Ghost Box are long gone.

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Post by Jaguar018 » Tue May 14, 2019 5:42 am

shadowplay wrote:
Tue May 14, 2019 5:30 am
I forgot to post about the coming Vanishing Twin elpee The Age Of Immunology which is up for preorder. Only listened to a very short extract when I was buying it but what I heard sounded up to the usual high standard.
Woah. :)

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Re: Broadcast, retrofuturist pop & hauntological pop; megaguide.

Post by shadowplay » Wed May 15, 2019 2:13 am

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really fancy this but it's right in the middle of our summer holiday up north and the same night as our Midsummer party, it's a bit of a trek to london from Oban and I doubt I could get enough tickets. Bought the poster at least and we'll make a decision.
A Midsummer Night’s Happening

with Ghost Box and Trunk Records

A solstice celebration hosted by state51, Ghost Box and Trunk Records. Both record labels have invited a variety of artists and friends to perform at this very special party. There’ll be live music, artwork, film, food and merchandise spread across three specially designed and themed interiors. Pan’s Garden, The Youth Club and The TV Chamber.



The evening will start in with a live performance of Justin Hopper and Sharron Kraus’s beautiful and haunting Chanctonbury Rings, accompanied by visuals by photographer Wendy Pye. The evening also marks the release of the album. n>

Then Wisbey will take the stage, he of Dirty Fan Mail fame and, who could forget, The Ladies Bras. He’ll be asking the audience to request their favourite soundtracks that he will then perform on the home organ in his own inimitable style. Think Jaws played as free jazz, etc.

Another Trunk Records performance follows next, The Kirchin Tape Lab with Jonny Trunk and his OST co-host (and member of radiophonics outfit Howlround), Robin “The Fog” Warren. They’ll be playing out live tape reels from the as yet, unheard archives of Basil Kirchin.

Next is a very rare chance to see the Soundacrriers. They’ll be in instrumental mode to perform a live soundtrack to a film by Ghost Box co-manager and graphic designer Julian House.

Pye Corner Audio will headline the evening with a live set of Martin Jenkin’s unique haunted dance music and submerged sci-fi epics.

There’ll also be…

An exhibition of Frances Castle’s Clay Pipe Music artwork,

DJ sets from Ghost Box, Trunk & Clay Pipe Music throughout the evening and later,

Join The Mangle (who make all the Trunk Records prints and tees) to screenprint your own Julian House designed Midsummer Night’s Happening T Shirt.

A State51 shop with merchandise and records from all those taking part.

And there will no doubt be more things going on and down.

All this and fresh cooked food!

It’s All Happening at The state51 Factory, 8-10 Rhoda St., London, 21st June 2019, 6:30 until late. span>

The Midsummer Night’s Happening is a private party open to a limited number of invited guests and friends. To receive your exclusive invitation, pre-order the limited edition print of Julian House’s event poster from either the Ghost Box or Trunk shop.
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Post by NickD » Wed May 15, 2019 3:13 am

Looks like a fun evening.

I haven't even managed to get the last Ghost Box release with everything that's been going on, but Ì'm going to make sure I get that Sharon Kraus/Justin Hopper one.

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