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Sus Dog

    Ex-Warp artist Clark recruits none other than Thom Yorke as Exec Producer for his first album on his label centred on his own singing. It combines his trademark searing synth melodies and beats with vocal hooks.

    Thom says "the way he approached it all wasn't the usual singer songwriter guff
     thank god; it mirrored the way he approached all his composition and recording,
     but this time it had a human face. His face." Chris says "I kept on thinking what would it sound like if The Beach Boys took MDMA and made a rave record"


    1. Alyosha
    2. Town Crank
    3. Sus Dog (feat. Anika)
    4. Clutch Pearlers
    5. Over Empty Streets
    6. Wedding
    7. Forest
    8. Dolgoch Tap
    9. Bully
    10. Dismissive
    11. Medicine (feat. Thom Yorke)
    12. Ladder

    Alice Clark

    The Complete Studio Recordings

      Today Brooklyn is the hipster capital of the USA. Rejuvenated by gentrification, it is the place to live in the New York area if you are young and up-and-coming. Yet for a large part of the 20th century it was an adjunct to the glittering lights of Manhattan for working people and their everyday lives. Born in the late 1940s, Alice Clark came from the borough’s Bedford-Stuyvesant area and returned there when her recording career ended.

      Until recently the only person we could find who remembered Alice was Billy Vera. A singer, songwriter and music historian, Billy produced her first single, released on Rainy Day Records, but remembered very little despite overseeing the exceptional tracks on that 45 and a third which eventually appeared here on Ace in 2010.

      Alice also released the fantastic single ‘You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)’, a classic piece of uptown soul, and an album for Bob Shad’s Mainstream Records. The 45 became a northern soul anthem, whilst ‘Don’t You Care’ and ‘Never Did I Stop Loving You’ from the LP became dance floor hits on the acid jazz and modern soul scenes in the 1990s.

      Gathered together, the 15 tracks Alice recorded emphasise what a lost talent she was. It’s a meagre output cut over a four-year period, which yielded no success but left a large footprint. After her records failed to bring her fame and fortune, she retired from music to look after her family, most notably her seven grandchildren. Alice died in 2004, unaware how much her music meant to a couple of generations of UK clubbers. We would like to think this album serves as a fitting tribute to a great but under-recorded singer.

      Dean Rudland


      Side 1
      01 Don't You Care
      02 Never Did I Stop Loving You
      03 Charms Of The Arms Of Love
      04 Maybe This Time
      05 Say You'll Never (Never Leave Me)
      06 Heaven's Will (Must Be Obeyed)
      07 I Keep It Hid

      Side 2
      01 You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)
      02 You Got A Deal
      03 Hey Girl
      04 Hard Hard Promises
      05 Don't Wonder Why
      06 Before Her Time
      07 Looking At Life
      08 It Takes Too Long To Learn To Live Alone


      Body Riddle - 2022 Remastered Edition

        Now regarded as something of a classic in the Clark catalogue, it has been cited by producers including Arca, Rustie and Hudson Mohawke as being an influential record. Writing for The Quietus back in 2014, Ed Gillett commented: “It's no hyperbole to say that Clark's 2006 LP Body Riddle is one of electronic music's unheralded masterpieces, its layers of heat-warped melodies, flickering textures and muscular drumming (played by Clark himself) creating a beautiful and unstable mixture of violence and wistfulness. Its production is immaculate, almost inhumanly so, swaddling the listener in midrange before pummelling them viciously, shifting seamlessly between organic instruments and impossible, vertiginous sound design.”

        Recorded during a period the producer was living in the Midlands city of Birmingham in the UK, shortly before leaving for Berlin, Clark recalls the genesis of the album: “I can remember that period as getting really into krautrock and spending the day drumming on pillows along to Can records for six hours a day, when I think of that record that’s what I think of.”

        Striking up a friendship with local band (and Warp labelmates) Broadcast was also a key factor: “They lived about ten minutes from me and I borrowed James Cargill’s drum kit and some mics of his, and all of the drums on that album are his old drum kit. There were some jams that me and James had, there’s one at the end of ‘Roulette Thrift Run’ which is basically just him on guitar and me plundering away on some drums, and I just pitched it up. Broadcast weren’t really in my circle of friends at the time but going to their place was sort of like a holiday from my normal social life, and I just loved it. Both Trish and James were both so full of wisdom, but I wasn’t really in with their scene of people at all, I’d just go there on my own and listen to records and have cups of tea.”

        Broadcast also feature on an improvised version of ‘Herr Barr’ that was only previously available as a download on the Clark website. It has been compiled alongside other sought after rarities and unreleased material that related to Body Riddle on the new 05-10 collection. Clark explains a bit more about the tracks on it:

        “It is that thing of collecting things that would otherwise be lost to the internet and wanting to put a shell around it. It’s important to do because I really love some of that material. I suppose what I love is some of those processes, there’s a modular jam called ‘Boiler The Wick’ that I just had all my gear setup and was recording like five modular tracks a day. I still miss that time because my studio is very different today and I’m slightly sick of modular because everyone’s got modular and everyone’s doing it, but this was like ten years ago and I can’t really say it’s connected to Body Riddle exactly, but it feels like a companion piece of sorts. For example that ‘Boiler The Wick’ track has a very similar energy to ‘Re-Scar Kiln’ and it feels like it could be from the same world.

        The Throttle Furniture EP was 2005, and some of those tracks could have gone on Body Riddle but they would have took it in a more clubby direction, so it felt good to put a fence around them and just use those for live shows. Around the time of the Body Riddle live shows I was playing those tracks out a lot in various forms. So tracks like ‘Urgent Jel Hack’ were written before Body Riddle was finished, that was me getting into Valve and Dillinja and loving that stuff as well.

        The more beatless, reflective pieces that are included connect to my recent album on Deutsche Grammophon, and also other ambient pieces I’ve done for Warp, they’ve been peppered throughout my back catalogue. ‘Sparrow Arc Tall’ is like a cousin of ’Springtime Epigram’ or ‘Dew On The Mouth’, it’s that vibe of something captured on 4-track and rendered in a session. So they all feel connected to that family of pieces, and it’s nice giving people ten more tracks after however many years.”

        In conclusion, looking back on Body Riddle with 16 years of hindsight, Clark reflects: “I feel really good about it, it’s interesting hearing it again. It seems to be an album that meant a lot to some people and be a significant record, but for me it is just another album of mine.

        It is a bit of a blueprint for how things have gone with my music since then, because it’s just so dynamic and all over the place and messy, but intentional, and the mess feels deliberate and the accidents feel illuminating and exciting, and that’s a spirit that I think I always want to capture in music. You know when you hear music that is less than the sum of its parts, and it should work because everything’s tidy and in its place but something doesn’t work? I think I always aspire to make music that’s more than the sum of its parts, that shouldn’t really work but it does, and that’s such a magical quality. I don’t know whether the record has that or not, but the album is certainly the result of trying to be like that, all of these diverse styles sitting alongside each other but the overall album makes it coherent.

        I’ve always tried to write albums rather than tracks for streaming services. I’m always going to be an album artist whether the form’s alive or only loved by a hundred people on the planet, for me it’s still the ultimate form of expression. An album’s a perfect length of time, it’s like a short story, you can do it in a sitting and it’s not too much. With an album you can just go for a walk and have it in your headphones, and Body Riddle is that classic ‘go for a walk and listen to an album in one go’ kind of record. It’s not trying to be a club record, it’s pure listening music.”


        A1. Herr Bar
        A2. Frau Wav
        A3. Springtime Epigram
        B1. Herzog
        B2. Ted
        B3. Roulette Thrift Run
        C1. Vengeance Drools
        C2. Dew On The Mouth
        C3. Matthew Unburdened
        D1. Night Knuckles
        D2. The Autumnal Crush



          A unique collection put together by Clark of new tracks, unreleased music and sought after fan rarities.

          Mastered from the original tapes.

          C2 is a previously unheard improvisation with Broadcast.


          A1. Frau Wav (Brief Fling)
          A2. Re-scar Kiln
          A3. Urgent Jell Hack
          B1. Dead Shark Eyes
          B2. Boiler The Wick
          B3. Dusk Raid
          C1. Roller The Wick
          C2. Herr Bar (Improv)
          C3. Observe Harvest
          D1. Sparrow Arc Tall
          D2. Dusk Swells
          D3. Autumn Linn 


          Body Double

            Double CD featuring a remastered edition of Clark's 2006 album Body Riddle alongside the companion LP 05-10.

            Mastered from the original tapes.

            Includes previously unheard improvisation with Broadcast (Disc 2 track 8).

            TRACK LISTING

            Disc 1 - Body Riddle
            01 Herr Bar
            02 Frau Wav
            03 Springtime Epigram
            04 Herzog
            05 Ted
            06 Roulette Thrift Run
            07 Vengeance Drools
            08 Dew On The Mouth
            09 Matthew Unburdened
            10 Night Knuckles
            11 The Autumnal Crush

            Disc 2 - 05-10
            01 Frau Wav (Brief Fling)
            02 Re-Scar Kiln
            03 Urgent Jell Hack
            04 Dead Shark Eyes
            05 Boiler The Wick
            06 Dusk Raid
            07 Roller The Wick
            08 Herr Barr (Improv)
            09 Observe Harvest
            10 Sparrow Arc Tall
            11 Dusk Swells
            12 Autumn Linn

            Sonny Clark

            Sonny's Crib

              Sonny Clark was the epitome of cool - he has nearly 300 playing credits to his name The partial list is staggering. Donald Byrd, Dexter Gordon, John Coltrane, Grant Green, Kenny Burrell, Sonny Criss, Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean, Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins, Billie Holiday, Lee Morgan and many more. On Sonny's Crib, Clark used the sextet format consisting of one of the all-time great jazz line ups. John Coltrane, Donald Byrd, Curtis Fuller, Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor. Trane had struggled with addiction earlier in the year but by this session had quit heroin for good and was reclaiming his spot as a major force in Jazz. By any measurement Sonny's Crib is a classic that features remarkable solos. Two weeks later Coltrane would record the epic "Blue Train" with Fuller and Chambers. More than a few critics and fans have compared the two

              TRACK LISTING

              With A Song In My Heart
              Speak Low
              Come Rain Or Come Shine
              Sonny's Crib
              News For Lulu

              The Rickie Clark Company

              Time To Throw Down

              Originally released in 1983 on Becket Records, "Time To Throw Down" is a slick and futuristic bulldozer of boogie-electro. Somewhere between P-funk & boogie, its high voltage electric bass, face slapping drums and creeping tectonic force is one of Paul Thomas' most masterful creations. The bandleader had produced three 12" single's released under the title Circle City Band in 1983-84, one of those records titled "Magic" became extremely popular in the mid1980's, but this record was supposed to be the 4th 12" single on Becket Records.

              At the same time in 1983, when Reggie Griffin and Paul Thomas was mixing this instrumental track in L.A, the reverend Rickie Clark originally from Circle City in Indianapolis, came to see them and fell in love with the track, asking if he could used it for himself.

              Licensed reissue on dinked 7" vinyl with an alternative edit of the track on the flip. Tasty! 

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Matt says: Boogie Butt continue to provide rare-ass boogie and electro-funk reissues on 7". A true holy grail, you'd be looking at dropping at least a ton on this beaut if you were to even lay your eyes on a copy!

              TRACK LISTING

              Side 1
              1. Time To Throw Down (5:01)
              Side 2
              1. Time To Throw Down (45 Edit) (3:46)

              Josienne Clarke

              I Promised You Light

                ‘I Promised You Light’ follows on from Clarke’s critically acclaimed 2021 LP, A Small Unknowable Thing, an emotionally charged album bubbling with courage and defiance. 

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Where The Light Comes In
                2. Driving At Night
                3. You Know Me Better
                4. Workhorse
                5. I Promised You Light

                Gene Clark

                No Other - Reissue

                  Gene Clark’s 1974 masterpiece gets the reappraisal it’s long overdue.

                  “One of the greatest albums ever made. Initially celebrated for its obscurity, No Other is now celebrated for its magnificence. It was in every way a magnum opus: epic, sprawling, poetic, choral, rococo.” The Guardian

                  On the eve of what would have been American singer-songwriter and Byrds founding member Gene Clark’s 75th birthday comes the reissue of one of his finest works, No Other. Released in 1974 on Asylum Records, a year after the Byrds shortlived reunion, Gene reached for the stars with No Other; a psychedelic rock, folk, country and soul record that famously cost a small fortune to make. Although received warmly by critics, it flopped and was soon deleted, a failure Gene never came to terms with.

                  However, as The New York Times wrote around the record’s 40th anniversary in 2014, “hindsight has burnished No Other, as it has redeemed other albums that went on to be reconstructed as rock repertory, like Big Star’s Third/Sister Lovers and Lou Reed’s Berlin,” with the album now being increasingly recognised as one of the greatest of its time, if not all time.

                  45 years on and recently remastered at Abbey Road, 4AD have given No Other the reappraisal it deserves. 

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  Darryl says: Recently remastered at Abbey Road and 45 years on from its original release 4AD are giving Gene Clark’s 1974 masterpiece it’s long overdue reissue. Available on black vinyl, standard CD, a limited deluxe CD edition in a hardbound book cover, and an all encompassing and sumptuous silver box set containing vinyl, three SACD’s, Blu-Ray and an 80 page hardbound book.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  LP & CD Tracklist:
                  No Other (Remastered)
                  1. Life’s Greatest Fool
                  2. Silver Raven
                  3. No Other
                  4. Strength Of Strings
                  5. From A Silver Phial
                  6. Some Misunderstanding
                  7. The True One
                  8. Lady Of The North

                  2CD Tracklist:
                  No Other (Remastered)
                  1. Life’s Greatest Fool
                  2. Silver Raven
                  3. No Other
                  4. Strength Of Strings
                  5. From A Silver Phial
                  6. Some Misunderstanding
                  7. The True One
                  8. Lady Of The North

                  No Other (Sessions 1)
                  1. From A Silver Phial (Version 4)
                  2. Silver Raven (Version 2)
                  3. Some Misunderstanding (Version 3)
                  4. Life’s Greatest Fool (Version 2)
                  5. Train Leaves Here This Morning (Version 2)
                  6. Lady Of The North (Version 2)
                  7. The True One (Version 2)
                  8. Strength Of Strings (Version 2)
                  9. No Other (Version 2)

                  Deluxe Boxset Tracklist:
                  No Other (Remastered)
                  1. Life’s Greatest Fool
                  2. Silver Raven
                  3. No Other
                  4. Strength Of Strings
                  5. From A Silver Phial
                  6. Some Misunderstanding
                  7. The True One
                  8. Lady Of The North

                  No Other (Sessions 1)
                  1. From A Silver Phial (Version 4)
                  2. Silver Raven (Version 2)
                  3. Some Misunderstanding (Version 3)
                  4. Life’s Greatest Fool (Version 2)
                  5. Train Leaves Here This Morning (Version 2)
                  6. Lady Of The North (Version 2)
                  7. The True One (Version 2)
                  8. Strength Of Strings (Version 2)
                  9. No Other (Version 2)

                  No Other (Sessions 2)
                  1. From A Silver Phial (Version 1)
                  2. Life’s Greatest Fool (Version 1)
                  3. No Other (Version 1)
                  4. Lady Of The North (Version 1)
                  5. Some Misunderstanding (Version 1)
                  6. Silver Raven (Version 1)
                  7. Train Leaves Here This Morning (Version 1)
                  8. The True One (Version 1)
                  9. Strength Of Strings (Version 1)
                  10. Life’s Greatest Fool (Single Version)
                  11. Silver Raven (Single Edit)

                  Exclusive 7”
                  A. Life’s Greatest Fool (Single Version)
                  AA. Train Leaves Here This Morning (Version 1)

                  The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Making Of No Other By Paul Kendall
                  No Other (Alternate Audio Versions)
                  No Other (HD Audio Remaster)
                  No Other (5.1 Surround Mix)
                  No Other (1974 Vinyl Master)
                  No Other (2019 Stereo Remix

                  80 Page Hardbound Book
                  Extensive Liner Notes
                  Previously Unpublished Photographs
                  Essays By Andrew Perry, Jon Einarson, Johnny Rogan, Martin Aston & Sid Griffin.

                  Steven A Clark

                  Where Neon Goes To Die

                  ‘Where Neon Goes To Die’ explores a complex relationship full of highs and lows. From sultry pop to heart aching ballads, the album retells Clark’s travels through the city’s nocturnal fantasyland through hooky, R&B-infused synth pop - file alongside Prince and Frank Ocean - that (maybe ironically) could fill the floors at the same clubs he’s singing about. Of course, when Clark writes about his city he’s really writing about himself.

                  ‘Where Neon Goes To Die’ retells Clark’s travels through the Miami’s nocturnal fantasyland. At its core, it is the story of a musician casting aside the distractions of his youth and discovering not only a new level of maturity but a new level to his talents.

                  After a string of mixtapes and EPs and his 2015 debut album ‘The Lonely Roller’, Clark is making music more confidently than he ever has before, sliding effortlessly between effervescent future disco on ‘Feel This Way’ to purple-tinged slow-burn soul on ‘Easy Fall’, a duet with Gavin Turek.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Maria, Under The Moon
                  Feel This Way
                  Easy Fall
                  On And On
                  Did I Hurt U
                  Evil Woman
                  Days Like This
                  What Can I Do


                  Death Peak

                    Clark's "Death Peak" drops on Warp, a concept the esteemed producer has been working towards since August 2016. Contrasting jagged and smooth textures, working on ancient rhythms beamed from the future and intertwining euphoric melodies and visceral rhythms of warehouse rave with new vocal and choral elements; Clark sets out a distopic and environmentally degraded world, where space station groans meet ghosts of cyborgs and radioactive new life forms. The record deftly weaves together the various threads of his extensive work exposing the tension in Clark’s musical vocabulary. Grandiose and chamber like in its sound, this could well soundtrack church rituals on new planet systems, and is as vast as it is impressive.

                    Artwork by Alma Haser, a continuation of her work for Clark that began with the cover for his eponymous 2014 album.

                    STAFF COMMENTS

                    Barry says: Clark has long been a love/hate relationship for me, I've been disappointed at points with what I now believe I just didn't understand, but THIS is another matter. Full of the same sort of spine-tingling seismic shifts that made 'Growls Garden' such a standout track, Death Peak is an absolute stormer. Future leftfield genius this, classic Clark.

                    Hannah Lou Clark

                    The Heart And All Its Sin

                      “Within 30 seconds of Clark’s set starting, the room was silent. Her voice poured over the gentle dissonance suggested by each chord” - The Quietus

                      “An artist who matches an affecting flourish with a dissonant sonic touch, her work is both challenging and completely immediate.” - Clash Magazine

                      “Hannah Lou Clark and her band, equal parts anxsty and dreamy” - Brooklyn Vegan

                      ‘The Heart And All Its Sin’ was mixed and co-produced by Tarek Musa from Spring King and is a collection of songs exploring the complexities of love and loss. Hannah Lou Clark has laid her soul bare in these songs in a way that others would never do.

                      Lead track ‘Don’t Sweat It’ bravely addresses the yearnings of the heart in times of turmoil; with lines like “champagne takes the edge off me” she can see that whilst giving into our vices can’t help the heart heal, it can be a welcome distraction. Full of crunching guitars and wickedly smart melodies, it sees Clark push her limits further once again. “I think people worry too much about small things, and we know it too,” Clark says, speaking about her new track. “The simple message is that life is too short, and there’s nothing wrong with letting your hair down.”

                      Mark Pritchard / Bibio / Clark

                      A Badman Sound / Heath Town / Inf Inf Inf Inf


                        Record Store Day rave 12” from Warp mainstays Mark Pritchard, Bibio and Clark.

                        Mark Pritchard kicks off the 12 with throwback jungle anthem ‘A Badman Sound’; the classic Amen break gets laced with rave stabs and intermittent dub sirens.

                        ‘Heath Town’ is the opposite of what you’d expect from Bibio. In particular, the second half takes stylistic cues from ‘A Badman Sound’ and features the popular, euphoric James Brown-produced ‘Yeah Woo’ sample.

                        Clark winds down with ‘Inf Inf Inf Inf’, a more ambient sound that brings in broken beats and is reminiscent of early Aphex Twin.

                        2016 is an exciting year for all three artists:

                        In May, Mark Pritchard is releasing his first album under his own name.

                        In April, Bibio releases his fifth album on Warp, A Mineral Love.

                        And after releasing his most successful album yet in late 2014, Clark returns with ‘The Last Panthers’ record, inspired by his score of the Sky Arts drama series of the same name.

                        For fans of: Aphex Twin, Autechre, Special Request, Om Unit

                        Vinyl 12" in 3mm spine sleeve with centre holes (in Warp house bag).

                        Limited to 500 copies.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        Mark Pritchard – A Badman Sound
                        Bibio – Heath Town
                        Clark – Inf Inf Inf Inf

                        Hannah Lou Clark

                        It's Your Love

                          Quatre Femmes Records present ‘It’s Your Love’ from Hannah Lou Clark.

                          This is Hannah’s second EP and the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut EP ‘Silent Type’.

                          Extensive touring around the release of ‘Silent Type’ offered a fresh perspective on certain things in Hannah’s life. ‘It’s Your Love’ was written over this touring period and sees Hannah further experimenting sonically.

                          Produced by Hannah and mixed by Tarek Musa of Spring King, this EP offers an artist in full command of her voice.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          It’s Your Love
                          Cowboy Joe

                          Miami by way of Fayetteville and Little Rock, Steven A Clark’s raw, confessional singing and personal stories pair with pulsing synthesizers and rhythms that hang in the air like a glowing grid of roadside neon. It’s a means for the soft-spoken artist to process all the drama in his head. 

                          On songs such as ‘Not You’, he flips a brutally honest breakup tale and draws emotions and empathy from being on the ‘right’ side of the conversation. 

                          The title track uses a slinky, sensual beat to create a perfect backdrop to tell the story of a weekend-long tryst in Vegas. For a man of few words, his unadorned and uncomplicated lyrics hit home. 

                          “… a heroic underdog of the specific, delivering diarylike lyrics detailed enough to provide a loaded portrait of a young man in transition.” - SPIN

                          TRACK LISTING

                          Lonely Roller
                          Trouble Baby
                          Not You
                          Can’t Have
                          Bounty Time
                          Floral Print
                          Part Two
                          She’s In Love
                          Young, Wild, Free

                          Waylon Jennings / Sanford Clark

                          Zia Records Presents : Audio Recorders Archive Vol.1


                            Zia Records, a fixture for music fans in Arizona since 1980, is proud to present the first installment of the Audio Recorders Archive, a series of split 45s that explore the history of famed Phoenix studio Audio Archive.
                            The first installment in the series features country king Waylon Jennings and rockabilly legend Sanford Clark, recordings that have not been available on vinyl since their original release on Ramco Records in 1967. In the 1950s and ‘60s, Audio Recorders was one of the premier studios in the southwest. With roots in owner Floyd Ramsey’s Ramsey’s Radio Repair on 7th and Weldon, the studio became the hub of the nascent Phoenix music scene, and the studio welcomed a who’s who of the Southwestern country, pop, roots, and rock & roll performers: Duane Eddy, Lee Hazlewood, Waylon Jennings, Al Casey, Wayne Netwon, Sanford Clark, and more.
                            With his own Ramco Records imprint, Ramsey issued records that would go on to regional and national success. Future Audio Recorders releases from Zia Records will explore soul, R&B, and garage rock, but the first volume focuses on Jennings’ dust-caked ode to a tough woman, and Clark’s gun shot-boasting murder ballad. Both make good use of the vaunted Audio Recorders reverb silo.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            A1. Waylon Jennings, “My Baby Walks All Over Me”
                            B1. Sanford Clark, “It’s Nothing To Me”

                            Nils Frahm

                            Juno Reworked (Luke Abbott & Clark Remixes)

                              After releasing Nils Frahm’s two-track solo synthesiser EP ‘Juno’ in a highly sought after 7” edition, Erased Tapes now re-release the original Juno tracks with guest reworks by Border Community's modular synth wizard Luke Abbott and Warp veteran Clark. Both known for their like-minded use of analogue synthesisers in their music, it makes them the perfect artists to rework the originals. Similar to Frahm’s online project ‘Screws Reworked’, where he invited fans to download his solo piano songs to reinterpret them with their own medium of choice, it’s far from being the typical remix EP.

                              ‘Peter Broderick loved the sound of this synthesiser so much, he asked me to record some solo sketches with it. This is what I came up with. I didn't use any overdubs or punch-ins. See it as a synthesiser solo performance.’ – Nils Frahm

                              The cover photograph was taken by Peter Broderick and is a result of an unexpected double exposure between his image and the one taken by the camera’s previous owner. Dedicated to his dear friend, the Juno tracks carry the titles ‘For’ and ‘Peter’ and were recorded and mixed by Nils Frahm in his Durton Studio in Berlin.

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