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Trace Realm EP
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Cat: FIREC 019. Rel: 09 May 16
Techno
  1. Transient Field (9:03)
  2. Into The Outer (9:12)
  3. Temporal Globe (6:03)
  4. Drift Portal (8:22)
  5. Corporeal Crust (Cthelll Core) (6:05)
Review: Here's a pleasant surprise! Jimmy Billingham bringing his distinct brand of drawn out, emotive acid as HOLOVR to the good ship Firecracker. HOLOVR has largely been restricted to the digital or cassette format, yet last year's Line Of Flight LP for Billingham's own Indole label proved what we always thought; it's music you want to hear booming out of a pair of turntables in a club! The Trace Realm EP, another thing of visual beauty thanks to House of Traps, continues in this vein with opening track "Transient Field" a real highlight along with the spoken word-blessed lysergic drift of closing track "Corporeal Crust (Cthelll Core)".
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Expressions
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Expressions (3xLP)
Cat: FIREC 013LP. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Sonrise
  2. Outside In
  3. Off Kilter (No midi mix)
  4. Object
  5. Minus 12
  6. Coral
  7. Tier 5
  8. Reef Walking
  9. Expressions
  10. Sigma 3
  11. Ignorance Is Bliss (live mix)
  12. Love Lost
Review: To say this second album from Linkwood has been a long time coming is to present yourself as a candidate for Understatement of the Year. A follow up to Nick Moore's fine 2009 debut System has been regularly alluded to by Firecracker boss Lindsay Todd within the context of the label's other releases. It wasn't until an unreleased Linkwood track appeared in Prosumer's fine fabric mix last year that the notion of a new Linkwood album began to take on a semblance of reality. We still can't quite believe it's happened, despite the rather dashing copies of Expression sitting pretty in the Juno warehouse. The triple vinyl set holds a weighty 12 cuts from Linkwood and is a real sumptuous listen, taking in new age ambient vignettes, bass heavy beat down, deep house workouts and plenty more.
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Expressions
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Cat: FIREC 013CD. Rel: 02 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Sonrise
  2. Outside In
  3. Off Kilter (No midi mix)
  4. Object
  5. Minus 12
  6. Coral
  7. Tier 5
  8. Reef Walking
  9. Expressions
  10. Sigma 3
  11. Ignorance Is Bliss (live mix)
  12. Love Lost
Review: To say this second album from Linkwood has been a long time coming is to present yourself as a candidate for Understatement of the Year. A follow up to Nick Moore's fine 2009 debut System has been regularly alluded to by Firecracker boss Lindsay Todd within the context of the label's other releases. It wasn't until an unreleased Linkwood track appeared in Prosumer's fine fabric mix last year that the notion of a new Linkwood album began to take on a semblance of reality. We still can't quite believe it's happened, despite the rather dashing copies of Expression sitting pretty in the Juno warehouse. There's a 12 cuts from Linkwood to work through on Expressions and it's a real sumptuous listen, taking in new age ambient vignettes, bass heavy beat down, deep house workouts and plenty more.
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Expressions: Remixes Part 1
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Expressions: Remixes Part 1 (hand-stamped 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: FIREC 016. Rel: 21 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Object (Ghosts Of The Sky remix) (7:12)
  2. Love Lost (Nummer remix) (7:09)
Review: For the first in a series of reinterpretations of material from Linkwood's superb Expressions album, Firecracker Recordings has turned to deep house veterans Ghosts of the Sky (AKA Chicagodeep and Taelue), and fast-rising machine abusers Nummer. The latter trot off on an aquatic techno tip, turning the becalmed and melancholic "Love Lost" into a techno-tempo stroll through vintage Carl Craig chords, sweaty machine percussion, and yearning melodies. There's a warmer and heavier, if surprisingly stripped back, feel to Ghosts of the Sky's version of "Object", with spluttering electronics and sumptuous chords stretching out over a rich synth bassline and hissing, cymbal-heavy groove.
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Much Less Normal
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Cat: FIREC 014CD. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Land, Repair, Refuel
  2. Ad In The Paper
  3. I Met You On BC Ferries
  4. Sphere Of Influence
  5. If Sylvia Built A House
  6. Eye Of The Wind
  7. Telegraph My Love
  8. Now I'm In Love
  9. Kendal In Kalusia
Review: Yes! Pretty soon after Vancouver label 1080p issued Much Less Normal by local artist Lnrdcroy, there were rumours surfacing regarding label interest in licensing the album for a wider release. In the end it was Edinburgh's Firecracker Recordings that secured dibs on Lnrdcroy's fine collection of whimsical electronic odes to British Columbia and they've done a typically superb job of bringing it to the vinyl and CD format. Like the remastered vinyl version, this CD edition features a slightly amended track listing to that original 1080p tape with two productions not making the transition. However in their place is new Lnrdcroy track "Kendal in Kalusia", an epic 13 minute finale that will have you enraptured.
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