1. Lyndon Scarfe – Music For A Lost Film
2. John Harle & Marc Almond – The Tyburn Tree (Dark London)
3. Savage Republic – Aegean
4. Dieter Meier – Out Of Chaos
5. Blondie – Ghosts Of Download
6. Plastikman – EX
7. ClockDVA – Clock 2
8. Daniel Ash – Stripped
9. Boris Blank – Electrified
10. Gary Clail Sound System – Nail It To The Mast
This is just one of many fine EP’s he published throughout the year (albeit a personal favourite)……..
The musical range as described by him is “from the 80´s inspired Synth Pop / Electro / Funk tunes to Space / Cosmic / Chill Out soundscapes, with incursion in other sound territories like Smooth Jazz / Elevator Music.”
For an overview of his busy networking activity schedule check this for a start.
For the Resurrected legendary Atonal Festival, Richard H. Kirk resurrected Cabaret Voltaire for the first time as sole live performer; see an excerpt and drop me a note if the full show appears .. a full review of the Festival can be found at Electronic Beats.
After the recent Reunion Tour and Rarites Collections issues & Reissue of “We Are Time” The Pop Group (i.e. Mark Stewart, Gareth Sager, Dan Catsis, Bruce Smith) announced a new Album for February 2015 recorded during the last two years and a batch of live dates in Japan, Australia and the States for the coming spring.
Recently and suddenly gone is the semi-legendary Dub Syndicate mainforce & long-time On-U Collaborator Style Scott. October 11th the news reached me that these gentle percussive force which actually played on 41 releases I own and 27 I want (according to discogs stats) among countless others died.
Style Scott was maybe best know for playing with The Dub Syndicate but he was also an integral part of nearly all early On-U Bands and projects i.e. Creation Rebel, Singers & Players, New Age Steppers and Playgroup and worked with nearly everyone centred around Adrian Sherwood’s Label one way or another in a supportive and non-egocentric way which shows due to the only Album actually featuring his name upfront is a collaborative one with Bill Laswell from 1997. Needless to say I gave it another spin while realizing what a untimely loss his death means.