4 x LP gatefold / 350gsm outer - Hand drawn illustrations - 26 track compilation *** 500 COPIES ONLY ***
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
** BONUS TRACK AVAILABLE ONLY ON VINYL - Christoph De Babalon – Broken Land **
• 'BANDCAMP' - Albums of 2018 @ #71
• “A work of pure desolation, an echo from a point of no return” - Pitchfork
• Features 26 original tracks from the cream of the leftfield electronic music scene to include - artists such as Lanark Artefax, Pan Daijing, Gazelle Twin, and Fever Ray co-producer Peder Mannerfelt.
• Features the apocalyptic artwork of Rotterdam-based artist Jazz Szu-Ying Chen.
• “Few record labels would be able to draw a line so ably between Otto Lindholm, Tomoko Sauvage, Peter Van Hoesen and Ian William Craig,” – Resident Advisor
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"Without Form. It's easy to get lost and lose direction, I often struggle to remember my original aim. To be offered the chance to be part of this project, where I had total freedom but also an idea to hold on to, was an amazing opportunity. Sometimes a whole idea or just a single line can be enough to build something from and the beauty of it is that everyone can interpret it differently, depending on when or where or how they first hear or read something."
Roly Porter is an experimental electronic musician and composer. He began his career as part of Vex’d working alongside Kuedo, then in 2011 returned to Subtext Records to begin a solo career with the album “Aftertime” This album was born from a collaborative residency at Alderburgh for the “Faster Than Sound” series with Ondiste, Cynthia Millar. Following “Aftertime” Roly released “Life Cycle for a Massive Star” on Subtext Records and “Third Law” on TriAngle Records.
His live performances, often collaborations with video artist Marcel Weber, have toured extensively across the world. His latest AV show, combining video and a large array of strobes, has been described as “a rapture event, a pre-sentiment of the end, as aesthetically bracing as it was transporting” Roly’s latest project, to score Gareth Pugh’s SS18 show for London Fashion Week at the Imax.
The film, directed by Nick Knight featured performer Olivier Sagazan and choreography from Wayne Mcgregor.