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2. Radium88 - Escaping Tomorrow

  • Published: 2011-11-03T17:49:44Z
  • By Radium88
Radium88 - Escaping Tomorrow

We'd like to invite you to listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut.

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3. Radium88 Counting Down Radio Edit

Radium88 Counting Down Radio Edit

Radio edit of track from Perpetual Emotion Machine album

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4. 12 monsters only seen in mirrors

  • Published: 2011-11-03T17:49:50Z
  • By Radium88
12 monsters only seen in mirrors

We'd like to invite you to listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut.

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5. A Stillness of Place (Radium88 remix)

A Stillness of Place (Radium88 remix)

ambient track by Andrew Heath remixed by Disco Gecko label-mates Radium88, lead track from compilation "In the Blink of an Eye" released june 8th

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6. Radium88 - Heavy Water Falling Stone (Simon Power Remix)(preview)

Radium88 - Heavy Water Falling Stone (Simon Power Remix)(preview)

In 1998 Toby Marks formed Disco Gecko Recordings as an outlet for his music as Banco de Gaia as he couldn’t find another label that he was happy to work with. His earlier experiences working with both independent and major labels had left him less than convinced that he would find anyone who actually understood, or cared about, what he was trying to do, so he thought he had better just do it himself. Initially he meant to add other artists to the label but it wasn’t until 2014 that he finally found the time to do so, releasing Andrew Heath’s gorgeous album The Silent Cartographer. Since then he has released albums and EPs by a bunch of other artists, always looking for music with heart, integrity and beauty. Unlike many peoples’ preconceptions about Banco, this isn’t a dance music label, although there is some of that. Rather, it’s an outlet for anything from ambient instrumentals to midtempo floor stompers via experimental electronics and traditional (and not-so-traditional) instruments. To mark 20 years of the label Toby decided to do something a bit more interesting than just a ‘best of’ compilation. As there are now nine artists releasing music on the label, plus various ‘associates’ (such as Andy Guthrie who was with him at the birth of Banco and still remixes and contributes the odd track when he can), he decided to ask them to each remix each other. The pairings were picked randomly but the results are anything but. With tracks covering the full range of what Disco Gecko has to offer, this compilation showcases the talents of writers, producers and performers of the highest quality. Every track is a unique journey into the minds and personalities of two different artists, often working in very different styles, and the results are definitely more than a sum of the parts. 20 years has gone by in the blink of an eye. Hopefully this album signposts the way ahead for the next 20 (and beyond).

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7. Radium88 - Bury Each And Every Prayer (Simon Power Remix)(preview)

Radium88 - Bury Each And Every Prayer (Simon Power Remix)(preview)

In 1998 Toby Marks formed Disco Gecko Recordings as an outlet for his music as Banco de Gaia as he couldn’t find another label that he was happy to work with. His earlier experiences working with both independent and major labels had left him less than convinced that he would find anyone who actually understood, or cared about, what he was trying to do, so he thought he had better just do it himself. Initially he meant to add other artists to the label but it wasn’t until 2014 that he finally found the time to do so, releasing Andrew Heath’s gorgeous album The Silent Cartographer. Since then he has released albums and EPs by a bunch of other artists, always looking for music with heart, integrity and beauty. Unlike many peoples’ preconceptions about Banco, this isn’t a dance music label, although there is some of that. Rather, it’s an outlet for anything from ambient instrumentals to midtempo floor stompers via experimental electronics and traditional (and not-so-traditional) instruments. To mark 20 years of the label Toby decided to do something a bit more interesting than just a ‘best of’ compilation. As there are now nine artists releasing music on the label, plus various ‘associates’ (such as Andy Guthrie who was with him at the birth of Banco and still remixes and contributes the odd track when he can), he decided to ask them to each remix each other. The pairings were picked randomly but the results are anything but. With tracks covering the full range of what Disco Gecko has to offer, this compilation showcases the talents of writers, producers and performers of the highest quality. Every track is a unique journey into the minds and personalities of two different artists, often working in very different styles, and the results are definitely more than a sum of the parts. 20 years has gone by in the blink of an eye. Hopefully this album signposts the way ahead for the next 20 (and beyond).

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8. Radium88 - And then she saw stars

Radium88 - And then she saw stars

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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9. Radium88 - The irretrievable loss of personal belonging

Radium88 - The irretrievable loss of personal belonging

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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10. 10 the man who was not himself

  • Published: 2011-11-03T17:49:49Z
  • By Radium88
10 the man who was not himself

We'd like to invite you to listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut.

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11. 13 founder or else float

  • Published: 2011-11-03T17:49:50Z
  • By Radium88
13 founder or else float

We'd like to invite you to listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut.

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12. Andrew Heath - A Stillness Of Place (Radium88 Remix)(preview)

Andrew Heath - A Stillness Of Place (Radium88 Remix)(preview)

In 1998 Toby Marks formed Disco Gecko Recordings as an outlet for his music as Banco de Gaia as he couldn’t find another label that he was happy to work with. His earlier experiences working with both independent and major labels had left him less than convinced that he would find anyone who actually understood, or cared about, what he was trying to do, so he thought he had better just do it himself. Initially he meant to add other artists to the label but it wasn’t until 2014 that he finally found the time to do so, releasing Andrew Heath’s gorgeous album The Silent Cartographer. Since then he has released albums and EPs by a bunch of other artists, always looking for music with heart, integrity and beauty. Unlike many peoples’ preconceptions about Banco, this isn’t a dance music label, although there is some of that. Rather, it’s an outlet for anything from ambient instrumentals to midtempo floor stompers via experimental electronics and traditional (and not-so-traditional) instruments. To mark 20 years of the label Toby decided to do something a bit more interesting than just a ‘best of’ compilation. As there are now nine artists releasing music on the label, plus various ‘associates’ (such as Andy Guthrie who was with him at the birth of Banco and still remixes and contributes the odd track when he can), he decided to ask them to each remix each other. The pairings were picked randomly but the results are anything but. With tracks covering the full range of what Disco Gecko has to offer, this compilation showcases the talents of writers, producers and performers of the highest quality. Every track is a unique journey into the minds and personalities of two different artists, often working in very different styles, and the results are definitely more than a sum of the parts. 20 years has gone by in the blink of an eye. Hopefully this album signposts the way ahead for the next 20 (and beyond).

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13. Radium88 - A short ride in a broken machine

Radium88 - A short ride in a broken machine

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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14. Radium88 - How the west was

Radium88 - How the west was

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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15. Radium88 - Leave no stone unturned

Radium88 - Leave no stone unturned

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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16. Radium88 - Nocturne 3

Radium88 - Nocturne 3

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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17. Radium88 - Founder or else float

Radium88 - Founder or else float

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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18. Radium88 - Still separated by oceans

Radium88 - Still separated by oceans

Its full steam ahead at FA Recordings as we bring to you our third full artist album release in three months! We’re pleased to bring you yet another new band for our label but one you may have come across before having had great success with previous album ‘only Science can tell the Truth’, leftlion.co.uk described it as “A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths” whilst Sandman magazine gave it the ultimate accolade “I have no idea why this lot aren’t ruling the world”. Welcome to Radium88! We'd like to invite you to download and listen to the full album release from Radium88. Feel free to blog, review, tweet, discuss with your friends or simply just enjoy. The Info: FA Recordings are proud to present ‘Escaping Tomorrow’ from Nottingham UK based band Radium88. We hope you enjoy listening to the album, please feel free to review, tweet or blog about it. Track break down: 1.How the West Was - Languid dreamy hypnotic cycling piano riff, clicking whirring beats and intense melancholic classical strings. 2. Leave No Stone Unturned - Swirling analogue synths with evocative clarinet gives way to electro sequences and deep bass trip-hop beats with crystalline vocals. 3. A Short Ride in a Broken Machine - Soothing pulsing and chiming synths underpin a gorgeous ethereal vocal before drifting off into the distance with folky ukulele and low whistle. 4. Nocturne 3 - Spooky apocalyptic waves of static phase in and out of haunting classical-style piano, with glitching trip-hop drumloop breakdown. 5. The Unerring Certainty of Mechanism - Echoing piano and synths with filtered beats underpin comforting radio announcements of the end of the world interspersed with plaintive vocals morphing gradually into faster beats layered with screaming guitar before fading out with xylophone and melancholic Yann Tiersen-style accordion. 6. The Irretrievable Loss of Personal Belonging - Gentle synth instrumental like a more musical Krafwerk. 7. Lady of Perpetual Motion - A weird kind of melodic psychedelic dub with lush trippy strings. 8. Still Separated by Oceans – Cool, clear vocal suspended over melodic electro dub, before giving way to Underworld-ish beats. 9. The Angel of Final Warning - A trio of fierce folky fiddlers cook up a storm over atmospheric psychedelic dub, with mellow cornet and transcendent vocals. 10. The Man Who Was Not Himself - Twanging guitar hints at a 50’s spy noir b-movie, only from the future! 11. A Matter of Love and Death - Electric piano and filtered synths and beats blend with intense classical strings. 12. Monsters Only Seen in Mirrors - More heartrendingly sad piano drowning in glitchy waves of static and 50’s b-movie horror organ but what’s that waltzing over the hill? Is it giant steam-powered robots? 13. Founder or Else Float - Cavernous trip-hop beats blend with piano, cornet and heartfelt vocals. 14. And Then She Saw Stars - Tinkling synths, warm clarinet and angelic vocals offer a surprise uplifting ending to the album. Available now to download from CDBaby, itunes, Amazon and other download sites. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/radium88 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Escaping-Tomorrow/dp/B005VTRQQG http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/escaping-tomorrow/id472823903 Web Links: Radium88: http://www.radium88.net http://www.facebook.com/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304#!/pages/Radium-88/300812459944304 http://www.soundcloud.com/radium88 http://www.myspace.com/theradium88 FA Recordings: http://www.formationaudio.co.uk http://www.soundcloud.com/fa-recordings https://twitter.com/#!/FormationAudio Radium88 Biog: Radium88 are based around composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Tim Thwaites and singer Jema Davies, together with Clare Hunt - violin/vocals, Matt Clare - guitar, Mike Clifford - cornet/low whistle and Joe Thwaites - clarinet. Most electronic music has traditionally either meandered through cerebral experimentalism or headed straight for the dancefloor. Not feeling like they entirely belong in either place, radium88 are content to carve out a niche of their own, making thoughtful melodic electronica with elements of dub, classical, folk and psychedelia. Partly vocal and partly instrumental, their music features splashes of orchestral colour from live strings, cornet and clarinet. The sound could be loosely described as crystalline pure angelic vocals soaring effortlessly above a Blade Runner soundtrack as re-envisioned by Massive Attack. Or equally the sort of sound you might get if Bjork were to collaborate with Philip Glass or Orbital with Beirut. FA recordings forth coming releases included: Dec 1st 2011 - FA Recordings release a new range of Full Dynamic Range High Definition (FDR HD) mastering grade downloads exclusively available from the FA Recordings shop at www.formationaudio.co.uk Bloik – Volume Two. Out Jan 2012 Eskimo Fires – Take me with you. Out Feb 2012 on FA Recordings Black http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Eskimo-Fires/168017153211458?sk=info http://www.myspace.com/eskimofires Munro – Feelin’ Fine. Out Mar 2011 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Munro/208555055832669 http://soundcloud.com/munro1 Test Machine – Hurricane. Out Apr 20111 http://soundcloud.com/testmachine Blad Photo - Love life. Out Apr 2012 on FA Recordings Black Formation Audio is a dedicated mastering/mixing house (and now a record label). We've worked on hundreds of commercial project over the years. If you're interested in our track record or service just check out our clients/credits page - http://www.formationaudio.co.uk/clientscredits Formation Audio The Bunker 19 Cannon Street Sherwood Nottingham NG52HB

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