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Crossed Wires III

The final part in a trilogy of releases from Crossed Wires on Light Sounds Dark

Crossed Wires dig deep into their archived cassette recordings of early experiments in electronics and sound design.

The final part pulls together 14 tracks spanning the gamut of Crossed Wires' influences, giving us emotionally charged ambient all the way to angsty almost-garage-rock, with a plethora of minimal-wave grooves and catchy hooks for us to vibe to, as we cry into our bran flakes knowing there will be no more Crossed Wires. Take note cult collectors of weirdo electronics! 



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Channel 1: Seance For The Gods

The Light Sounds Dark saga continues! The crew explore more DIY electronics, new age electric shamanism and the cultish sampledelica usually reserved for the Finders Keepers label.

There's (unconfirmed) rumors online that much of the recent LSD output has been composed of original material alongside their unfathomably vast cosmic-excavation of strange and exotic music. There's certainly a new direction appearing from the sherm haze - synthesizer driven, reveling in lost atmospherics and appealing to occult fanatics throughout the various dimensions of existence. We love it.


Matt says: Occultist electronic wizardry! Let Light Sounds Dark be your sprit guide. Sonic Datura from the cauldrons and caves ready to be glazed across your semi-permeable membranes - very big in Pendle right now!

Another original release from the Light Sounds Dark mob, ceasing their rare and illicit excavations of wacked out library, sherm stick rock and mutant wave; to harness the electrical alchemy of Crossed Wires for a second session on the label!

There's still quite a lot of mystery surrounding Crossed Wires. The label would have you think they're long lost tape recordings from an unheard of 80s producer, but the general public are speculating that this is newly produced music suggested by some of the quite futuristic groove emanating off the record.

It's still marvelously dusty, quaint, and in itself quite timeless. Library electronics that should appeal to fans of RodionGA, James Ferraro, Suzanne Ciani, Suzanne Kraft; all those DIY circuit board heads... There's a scorched, tape fried aesthetic at work here that really injects life into these synthesizer tapestries.

Honestly, don't sleep on this you'll be gutted.

New Light Sounds Dark, sees the label explore original music with abstract, trascendental themes. I don't think Alexander Melzak exists in this dimension, the music he's conjured up here is like a holographic refraction of old C64 soundscapes, the higher communication between planet species and a series of over-exposures to Stranger Things. 

It's exciting and bewildering in equal measure and sure to keep fans of Finders Keepers, Death Waltz, video game soundtracks and B-movie music glues to the end of their stylus until the very last groove.

Super limited deluxe package from the LSD trippers!



1. The Paradox Of Peace From Violence
2. Random Certainties Collide In The Fathomless Nature Of Things
3. Life Of A Blade Of Grass Explained In Music
4. A Prayer To The Old Gods
5. Perfection Of The Human Form
6. Threnody To The People Of Melancholy And Disenchantment In A World Devoid Of Magic
7. What Lives In The Darkness Reveals Itself Sometimes
8. Sarah's Transcendent, Sublime, Alien, Nightmare Preserved For All Eternity
9. Lanterns
10. Fantasia On A Theme Of Fucking Horror
11. Sometimes We All Have To Leave And Quickly
12. Obliteration Of A Digital Selfnightmare 1 (computer Malfunction)

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