Stickered and Hand Numbered Limited Edition cd-r of 100 copies in Oyster Shell…
Twice Removed are proud to announce the release of Ourobonic Plague’s “Post Human Possibilities”, the third release on the Twice Removed micro label.
Following on from Nick’s releases such as the self released “Gaap” and “Spirits//Gremlins” Ep’s, the collaboration with Salamander as “Burnt Vessels” and proceeding the future release on UK label Robot Elephant, “Post Human Possibilities” sees Nick continuing to come up with music that is unique in the Perth underground scene.
Recorded in 2011 and self mastered/mixed “Post Human Possibilities” takes us into the dark electronic world of Witchhouse.
Includes a 40 minute bonus CD, The Hilton, featuring previously unreleased material: It might not have been so long since Jeff Witscher released his debut ‘proper’ album under the Rene Hell moniker, but he’s kept himself busy in the interim all the same…
Walden Pond's Monk is the brand new album from Portuguese musician and composer Tiago Sousa. Following the limited vinyl-only album InsÃ³nia released in 2009 on German label Humming Conch, Walden Pond's Monk is the first album from Sousa released worldwide on both CD and LP formats.
I first came across Marihiko Hara’s work in 2007, with his ‘Cesura’ release on the excellent Italian net-label – Zymogen. It really drew me in more than most other work that was doing the rounds at the same time. It had the sort of organic details and attention to beautiful subtle developments that I had only really heard in offthesky and Nicolas Bernier before (both label mates on Zymogen I should add). It became my soundtrack to that year and an album I returned to almost daily during the winter months. After this I followed Marihiko’s work carefully, from his rather fantastic 2009 ‘Icon’ release on Cotton Goods to his recent ‘Prosa’ collaboration with Tomas Phillips on Tench Records.
Named after a Hitchcock-esque nightmare in which he was set upon by a pair of hard-winged, marauding cuckoos, David A Jaycock’s second album is step forward from the pastoral motifs of his debut, incorporating an expansive country-folk sound alongside the indigenous qualities and general oddness that have made his name.