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Luke Abbott - Holkham Drones mp3

Performer: Luke Abbott
Title: Holkham Drones
Country: UK
Catalog Number: 30BCCD
Label: Border Community
Released: Aug 2010
Style: IDM, Krautrock, Techno
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 129

Tracklist

1Holkham Drones6:53
2Whitebox5:23
32nd 5th Heavy3:24
4Dumb7:42
5Baalnk4:54
6Soft Attacks6:22
7Sirens For The Colour5:01
8More Room3:27
9Swansong6:07
10Hello Tazelaar6:23
11Going From 68 To 503:17
12Brazil4:53
13Trans Forest Alignment4:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
30BCLPLuke Abbott Holkham Drones ‎(2x12", Album)Border Community30BCLPUK2010
30BCCDLuke Abbott Holkham Drones ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Border Community30BCCDUK2010
30BCLuke Abbott Holkham Drones ‎(12xFile, WAV, Album)Border Community30BCUK2010

Credits

  • Artwork By – J. Ron Chapman
  • Written-By, Performer, ProducerLuke Abbott

Notes

Cover image from 'The magic sea' by J. Ron Chapman, courtesy of East Anglian Film Archive (UEA) & Institute Of Amateur Cinematographers

Thanks to Katherine, James, Gemma, Rosana, Nathan, Katja, E&K and Dan

For KJA

(p) & (c) Border Community Recordings Ltd 2010

UK and export distribution by Pias UK

Track 13 is not mentioned in the release tracklist.

Issued in 6-panel digipak

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 05 1083 052047
  • Barcode (Abridged): 5051083052047
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK46
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5M09
  • Matrix / Runout: 26212 - 30BC CD V29538

Companies

  • Distributed By – PIAS UK
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Border Community Recordings Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Border Community Recordings Ltd
  • Published By – Copyright Control

Video

Album

Luke Abbott's first full-length album, Holkham Drones, is a deep dive into synthesizer worship. It maintains a vintage sound that calls back to the work of Kraftwerk, but still holds its own with contemporaries when it comes to adventure and experimentation. From arpeggio odysseys Abbott hasn't so much developed as marinated. He has followed the gentle trajectory of Border Community labelmates like Nathan Fake and label founder James Holden. Five years, a half-dozen or so releases, one album. One album with little fanfare and no obvious banger. Last year's Whitebox Stereo EP impressed but hardly foretold future riches. His bashful, warm-hearted techno moves slowly, but apparently not slow enough Abbott has camouflaged it with the word drones. Abbott hails from Norfolk, England, home of a small village named Holkham. The reference fits. Album 2010 13 Songs. Holkham Drones. Luke Abbott. Dance Drones by Luke Abbott, released 24 August 2010 1. 2nd 5th Heavy 2. Swansong 3. Whitebox 4. More Room 5. Holkham Drones 6. Trans Forest Alignment 7. Sirens For The Colour 8. Hello Tazelaar 9. Baalnk 10. Brazil 11. Soft Attacks 12. Dumb 13. Going From 68 to 50 Like the final breaths of a Game Boy caught in the reeds and burbling under the waters NME, Luke Abbotts Holkham Drones has been making waves in all of the right places, and now as it finally drops in your record store of choice, the ripple effect begins to spread out across the world. Genre: IDM. Or consider a donation. Listen free to Luke Abbott Holkham Drones 2nd 5th Heavy, Swansong and more. 12 tracks 55:58. Released: Aug 2010. Label: Border Community. It's hard to imagine a more perfect label than Border Community for Norfolk, England's Luke Abbott his delicately convoluted synthesizer music obviously takes after Border Community founder James Holden as well as longtime signees like Nathan Fake. But don't dismiss this as coloring within the lines: Abbott's music is as original as it is colorful, with warbling analog synthesizers tangling up in knots around trim drum programming. Norfolk-based Luke Abbott draws more from minimalism and krautrock than grime, the clean lines of his analogue synth constructions employing steady pulses adorned with sparse bleeps and burring textures. The understated gamelan of resonant metallic synth tones in Trans Forest Alignment recalls the simpler creations of Neu and Harmonia, while the standout opener 2nd 5th Heavy employs loops of high-pitched, guitar-like electronics cycling in and out of sync like an early Steve Reich piece shifting the effect in a warmly satisfying way that never seeks to wrong-foot. Holkham Drones, 2010. 2nd 5th Heavy, 03:24. Whitebox, 05:23. More Room, 03:27. Holkham Drones, 06:53. Trans Forest Alignment, 04:57. Hello Tazelaar, 06:23

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