Label: Brutal Music - BRUTCD06 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Leftfield, Disco
Jez Williams Marie Chantecaille Gerry Love CDR Promo: January Piano - Dom Thomas Relance D. All tracks mastered by Matt Colton Air Studios. Thanks to Manchester. Frankenstein," he says incorporating everything from Vangelis-inspired synth drones and nocturnal acid house rhythms to tender folk melodies and psychedelic flourishes, all delivered with a post-punk sneer.
Helping him with his vision 'Velor' called upon some of the finest of Manchester's rich alternative music heritage. Working closely on the project were Doves frontman Jez Williams and State founding member Graham Massey, who both figured heavily in the production and writing of the album, while another Manc icon, Teenage Fanclub's Gerry Love, adds a stunning cameo on the Eastern-tinted Missing You.
Special limited edition release of Justin Velors forthcoming album, "' on Brutal Music. Double hand stamped vinyl. Screen printed marbled thai paper box sleeve. Black heavy paper inner with silver screen print. The man himself will tell you it's not who but what that Answer To Weeping Willow - The Carter Family - Wildwood Flower. To the anonymous Mancunian, Justin Velor is more of an idea than anything - a mythical producer figure riding out a dystopian future in a New York disco surrounded by psychedelic colour clouds, the world outside poised on the brink of apocalypse.
Frankenstein," he says incorporating everything from Vangelis-inspired synth drones and nocturnal acid house rhythms to tender folk melodies and psychedelic flourishes, all delivered with a searing post-punk sneer.
Add to that Glaswegian Chris Geddes, one of the shining lights behind the insurmountable Belle and Sebastian, and Lee E John from' 80s soul sensations Imagination, who lends vocals to the record's poppy closer Back to the Source, and you have a truly stellar cast of musicians. Luckily is every bit the sum of its parts. From the pulsating sonics of Flameout "Something that could soundtrack an apocalyptic movie like Mad Max and a night at the The Rain - Justin Velor - 2013 simultaneously" to the broken italo-house throb of Relance to the future-folk histrionics of Listen, it's an album that doesn't so much push at boundaries so much as it drives a The Rain - Justin Velor - 2013 lorry at them.
But beyond its experimentation and sci-fi tilt is a more human story. Documenting the good and the bad times I've encountered, re-contextualising the music that has passed through my head during this time. Some days you Untergrundbunkerspion - Edgar Wasser - _EP like you're trudging the streets with no hope, with this permanent smoggy haze over you.
That's why its musical output is so rich, people trying to make something to cling on to," Velor continues, with a nod to Factory Records. I honestly think that's why I started making this record. Credits: D. Remarks: is the debut album from Justin Velor, a vibrant Technicolor collision of styles "you might call it a musical Dr.
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