20 Jun 2012 — Henning Lahmann
Here's the first video for Ravi Binning aka Thought Broadcast's forthcoming LP on Olde English Spelling Bee
, the second release by the resurrected Brooklyn label and after Alice Cohen's stunning Pink Keys
also already re-emphasizing OESB's vindicated claim to being considered underground pop's boldest imprint. Both "Bonepolish" and "State Children" are muffled pieces of post hypnagogia proto-dance, if you know what I mean by that, something that is equal parts Cabaret Voltaire and Kassem Mosse, or in other words, basically the music we spend each and every day looking for.
Regarding the video, here's what we got from those responsible for it: "HACKED TRAFFIC FEEDS, PARANOIA VIBE, EVERYWHERE AT ONCE, VANTAGE POINTS OF URBAN DESOLATION, MOVEMENTS CONTROLLED BY THOUGHT, CITY GOD-MIND, FLOW CONTROL, BUNKER FEED/BUNKER BROADCAST". Alright?
Thought Broadcast's self-titled debut full-length will be out June 26. Limited edition of 400, 12 inch black vinyl featuring heavy duty covers silkscreened by Monoroid. Pre-orders should soon be possible again over here