in this age of pre-set play lists and total sharing of music, you more or less get served what you expect to hear. your musical preferences are predictable and you - with little or no effort - get access to music that suits your self-image perfectly and places you in a safe zone.
but what if these babysitting services went on vacation and you’re suddenly left alone in the post-industrial outback? where do you start looking? at first listen you might feel that the songs on loving hell by vox low, released on hoga nord rekords, might not suit your needs in such a cold, harsh existence. but that’s where you’re wrong. vox low’s sound might first appear frightening and cold to you but the tracks on this ep most of all carries with them depth, energy and persistence: the perfect soundtrack to reboot your system to and to get you going straight forward without looking back. this is music for the aftermath of a cathartic experience, music that generates a propulsion that makes you wanna walk on that road forever, music to help you rediscover what punk, rock and electronica really should be about - gut feeling.
vox low come in hard, slow and dark on a new 3 tracker for correspondant. the pyschedlic parisian duo display various iterations of left field menace, ranging from glam rock on “the hunt”, electro disco on “some words of faith, and pitched down acid on “i am a strange machine sometimes”, but all with the signature analogue pulse which correspondant is famed for presenting
ride the wave series pretend to share and show again what s new and fresh on the synth wave music. this second chapter discovers the chilly proposals of very different artists that have in common their knowledge on how to juice the circuits of their synthesizers with their lovely and difficult to catalogue proposals... at orá,culo records we can only say, the wave is back so ride it if u can. it arrives on 12″, ep format and produced in a one-off truly limited edition of 300 copies lacquered pressed on 180 gr. high quality bright orange vinyl. all tracks have been specially remastered for long cut vinyl by eric van wonterghem