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Compound Eye

  1. Electronic
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  1. Morgue Party Time
    by Wiggy
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    Alcatraz Disco Alcatraz Disco
    Once again Wiggy sticks two fingers up to any attempt at pigeonholing, Evoking everything from modern classical to new age, synth-pop & IDM. The second half of this album is a dark swirling thrill-ride that barely lets up, with the stand-out Alcatraz Disco sounding like Plaid at their most sinister. Powerful stuff.
  2. Wiggin's
    by Wiggy
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    Vignol Vignol
    On first listen a slightly baffling departure from the more IDM oriented Gasman output but, once it 'clicks' you'll love it. Imagine a prog rock group instead of a lone multi-instrumentalist... An end-to-end jaunty listen BUT 'Vignol' is the stand out, reminding me of Alain Goraguer, if Alain Goraguer was tripping off his tits on too much jelly & ice-cream. Splendid stuff!!!
  3. Aeriform
    by The Gasman
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    Fade Fade
    If you're going to make an 80s synth-pop album, the only way to do it is full-on with complete disregard for personal safety. With Aeriform, Chris has created a work of genius, a thumping monster of retro delight - from the 'Crash Head' era Mark Shreeve stylings of 'Fade' & the straight-to-VHS guilty pleasure of 'Fire' to the unashamedly boppy 'Hype'. Fab stuff!
  4. Huerco S. - For Those Of You Who Have Never (And Also Those Who Have)
    by Huerco S
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    A Sea Of Love A Sea Of Love
    Simply amazing. Has the swirling, brooding quality of early 80's Ryuichi Sakamoto instrumentals. 'Promises of Fertility' is the absolute standout track - a perfect brain-loop
  5. Doe
    by Yimino
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    Doe [plaid mix] Doe [plaid mix]
    A great combination of delicate melodies and nicely layered accompaniment.

    The 'pounding' Plaid remix of Doe is simply amazing though.
  6. Music Sans Frontiers
    by Various Artists
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    Run From Deep Run From Deep
    Hooked the moment Shadow Dancer fired up. Great music + good cause.
  7. Tropical eyes
    by Travel Kyoto
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    Reminds me rather a lot of Sotte Bosse, but in a good way... as if Sotte Bosse had done interval music for BBC Schools Television.
  8. Example One
    by Listening Center
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    Solaroid Solaroid
    Superbly original retro tunes. Music to read Kurt Rowland books by...