Monday, November 25, 2019


sometimes i think could listen to this for ever

it is a higher order of creativity than this, isn't it - no getting around it

but then again is this

a higher order of creativity than this?

that's where it gets sticky

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

nostril + nostril

prefer the left one

This pair done a lot of good stuff under various joint names and separately (and with different collaborators too).

Here's just one early alias

Pascal Redpath is actually his real name, would you believe?

Before deciding whether to release a track or not, do you think James Hoyte thought to himself, "Is this Sponge-worthy?" *

* obscure and strained joke

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Westchester circles

borrows a lick from

also fragments from

"Circles" = one of the twin towers of Adam F discography

the other is this

the rest eludes my memory - what am I missing?

Saturday, November 2, 2019

lost entitites

one of my favorite ever pirate bits

not keen on this remix

flipside = one of those 'genre-of-one' killer tracks that point to a path not taken


Forbidden Planet rerelease rationale:

After our first reissue of The Mover in 2014, Forbidden Planet is back with two-part reissue of seminal material from the late 90s to early 00s by Doomcore pioneer, Fifth Era. Fifth Era consisted of a group of musicians from the UK and Czech Republic who pushed a slower, darker version of Hardcore. Their transgressive style had an irrefutable impact on the underground and we hope that this release goes a way to reintroduce Fifth Era's unique sound to a new generation. Vinyl only.

To be released in early November.