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Vox Populi!

Half Dead Ganga Music - 2024 Reissue

So-called 'ethno-industrialists' and Paris-based outliers Vox Populi are next in the spotlight for Platform 23 Records as it continues on its mission to unearth archival treasures both known and unknown. Half Dead Ganga Music is widely thought to be one of the group's most cohesive records as it meanders through lo-fi drones, muggy ambient and voodoo ritualism. Founder Axel Kyrou and partner Mythra who provides the ghostly vocals cook up alluring yet oddball sounds with obscured bass, rich layers of tape processing and weirdly uplifting gloominess. A superb album that sounds as new and innovative now as it did when it was first released all those decades ago.


Gole Mariam
Da Ma
De La Cohorte Mystique
Freaking At Ffm
Perse Voir La Lumiere
Taghmanantes - Gin Gina - Un Jour

Platform 23 reunites once more with Vox Man Records to dig deep into their archives and shine a new light on. In the past they have done some mega well loved Alternative Funk compilations which got the label off to a fine start and now they dig into an array of cult cassette releases to bring us treasure from Audiologie N-4 - The Independant Psychedelic Trip and Audiologie 5 et 6 - Ethniques Urbaines. This is music from the avant-garde and post punk scenes that draws on wave, spoken word, dark dub and industrial for its eerie yet alluring charms, all with a real edge. Ethnic, idiosyncratic and psyched out, this is another great overview.


Side 1
1. Donald Campau - Welcome To The Needle
2. Laurent Pernice - Plan De Coupe
3. Brian Ladd - Brian Song
4. Pacific 231 - Eve Very Nice
5. Jacki Moreau - Knossos
6. Sound Color - Wandering Soul

Side 2
1. Vox Populi! - Micro Climax
2. Mistery Plane - Disturbing
3. Sound Color - The Unconquered Sun
4. Jacki Moreau - Paris-Pop
5. Dreaming With Vox Populi! - Infusion
6. Jean Cocteau - Les Enfants Terribles

De Fabriek

Music For Hippies - Incl. Dunkeltier / Khidja Remixes

    Platform 23's latest release sees them offer up a partial reissue of 'Music For Hippies', an impossible-to-find 1988 cassette from Dutch experimentalists De Fabriek. What's an offer is a mix of original tracks and fresh remixes. In the former category you'll find 'Lullabye', a spacey, dubbed-out chunk of new wave/post-punk/cosmic funk fusion full of intergalactic synth sounds, rubbery bass, bluesy guitar solos and trippy vocals, and an edited version of the epic 'Come Down', a more atmospheric, but no less dubbed-out affair that combines layered ambient noise, rocket-launch sonics and a hushed, hypnotic groove. Bahnstag 23 contributor Dunkeltier provides two takes on 'Lullabye', a throbbing, druggy new wave mix and a total re-make. Completing the package is a fiendishly low-slung, dark and mind-altering '5am Mix' of 'Come Down' courtesy of Khidja.


    Side 1
    1. "Lullabye"

    Side 2
    1. "Lullabye" (Dunkeltier 'Hey Robot' Mix)
    2. Dunkeltier - "Tik Tok Goes The Clock"

    Side 3
    1. "Come Down"

    Side 4
    1. "Come Down" (Khidja 5AM Mix)

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