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‘Under The Sun’, Mark Pritchard’s first solo album in five years, is designed to be listened to in one sitting; the unique atmosphere of the album has led from Pritchard’s exploration of the timeless production and mixing techniques of the 1960s and 70s.

Having previously produced - both collaboratively and as an individual - under various pseudonyms (Global Communication, Africa Hitech, Harmonic 313, Harmonic 33, to name a few), he has now begun to release all music under his own name.

The record draws influences from ambient, psych and folk and, with help from vocalists such as Thom Yorke, Linda Perhacs, Bibio and Beans (ex- Antipop Consortium), creates a sort of sonic utopian landscape, complemented completely by the artwork of Jonathan Zawada.

For fans of Atoms For Peace, Brian Eno, Fennesz, Jane Weaver, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jon Hassell.


Barry says: Pritchard releases his dazzling new album for Warp Records. Featuring serene electronic trills and sweeping ambience, mixed with acoustic guitar pieces and the vocal talents of a perfect selection of guest artists, this is a varied and engrossing selection of electro-acoustic masterstrokes.


Give It Your Choir (Feat Bibio)
Beautiful People (Feat Thom Yorke)
Where Do They Go, The Butterflies
Sad Alron
You Wash My Soul (Feat Linda Perhacs)
Cycles Of 9
Hi Red
The Blinds Cage (Feat Beans)
Dawn Of The North
Rebel Angels
Under The Sun

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.


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

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