Here is the usual weekly news update from the kennel.
JED DEBUT ALBUM
27th March sees the release of the debut album from Jed called “Black Gold Texas Tea”.
This is a digital only release which will be available from the services indicated on the image below.
Jed is Jed Stephens a multi instrumentalist with a passion for electronic music of all kinds, his music is a mix of electro, techno, D&B, house and ambient.
He has been a song writer, producer and performer for many years, previous bands include Bass Bandits and Exchange, he is currently in the North West UK based Synthpop covers band Elektrio.
Jed’s musical influences range from Sibelius and Bartok through to the Chemical Brothers and Orbital, via The Beatles, Kraftwerk, New Order, 808 State, Frankie Knuckles, Arthur Baker and Vince Clarke.
Those old enough to remember The Beverley Hillbillies will recognise the derivation of the album title!
The music on the debut is modern electronic combining the best of elements of techno with the soundtrack feel of John Carpenter, Vangelis or Jarre. Using the best in modern electronic gear he creates stunning tracks which combine epic sounds with dance rhythms. His live show, complete with laser lighting rig, is stunning, a guaranteed dance fest for anyone who attends.
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This week sees a raft of reissues of some of our best releases, where Smart Links are available we have linked them below….
From Moff Skellington
- Golfer In Disgrace
- On Flanders Moon
- Plough Monday
- Bargains are a hollow syrup
- Uncle Roy’s Utopian Vision Volumes 1 and 2
- The Corduroy Bridge
- Thorny Conduits
also released this week is another in our Moff Skellington back catalogue releases – available for the first time via download/streaming is Gliding Through Stone.
Three new albums from Moff are coming in June with a further release planned for later in the year.
From Night Operations
A new Night Operations single is coming on May 8th
Due to the current situation you will be aware that a number of gigs are being cancelled – we are keeping our gig list up to date when cancellations occur – please check the list on the right hand side of this page regularly to see if a gig is going ahead or not.