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The World Is Full Of Plankton (Record Store Day RSD 2021)
Cat: 10RSDAA 1. Rel: 21 Jun 21
The World Is Full Of Plankton (7:59)
All Is Harvest (6:45)
The Emptiness Of Nothingness (6:45)
Review: Not a lot sounds like The Amorphous Androgynous, which is a relief because with a name like that you really do need to back it up with something experiential. A quick search online can tell anyone the duo - better known as Future Sound of London - have a strange relationship with Noel Gallagher, having recorded with him only to then be told by the Manchester man the outcome was shit so he destroyed the masters. Apparently these then turned up in a sock circa 2018 and you could almost be forgiven at least one of the tracks is here.

Actually, The World Is Full of Plankton comprises three tracks from 2005's album Alice in Ultraland, but the wailing, trippy, spaced out vocals that float in and out of dominance on the title number almost sound like the old Oasis lad. It's a deep and very operatic affair, which contrasts the exotic spatiality of 'All Is Harvest' and the prog rock piano stepper, 'The Emptiness of Nothingness'. Amazing stuff.
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Blackhill Transmitter
Cat: FSOLDLP 5. Rel: 31 Mar 16
Warmth Of Heart (5:39)
Impasse (3:56)
Book Of Revelations (4:22)
Hac (3:09)
Karmin Line (2:22)
Desolate (2:22)
Landslide (1:43)
Cease To Function (3:33)
Battery Room (1:46)
Returning (2:59)
Recovery (3:01)
405 Lines (3:44)
Loko Motive (2:06)
Five Twenty Seven (4:03)
Interception (2:44)
 in stock $14.82
Environment 7003
Cat: CDTOT 89. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Future Testaments
Resting Point
A Desolate Stretch Of Night Road
Where All Is Ending
I'm Eating Here
Echos Of Inherent Sense
A Space In The Subsequent Familiar
Drift Incline
Absence Of Solution
Awkward Shape
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Environment 7003
Cat: LPTOT 89. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Future Testaments (4:12)
Resting Point (2:02)
A Desolate Stretch Of Night Road (5:54)
Where All Is Ending (3:41)
Overwrite (5:05)
I'm Eating Here (3:54)
Echos Of Inherent Sense (1:09)
A Space In The Subsequent Familiar (4:30)
Drift Incline (4:18)
Trichome (4:10)
Absence Of Solution (5:43)
Kwaahu (4:43)
Review: FSOL continue to be a prolific force in the sonic universe of their own making. The Environments series they started in 2007 has come to a head with a trio of albums over the past year and this is the last of them. There's a pointed callback at work on Environment 7.003, the cover explicitly referencing seminal early album ISDN, and the album is scattered with subtle nods to those mid 90s glory days. But The Future Sound Of London has always been about pushing forwards and that's precisely what Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain do on this resplendent suite of electronica, sure to satisfy the die hard fans without lazily rehashing old ideas.
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Music From Calendars
Cat: LPTOT 80. Rel: 23 Jul 21
Frozen Air (4:26)
Synthi A - "Surrounding The Garden Is A Fog" (4:58)
Artificial Placement Of Emotion (6:02)
Blacked Out Windows (4:36)
Commensalism (4:55)
Near Field (1:52)
Alertions (3:26)
Riverbed (3:42)
Obscured By Dark Intervals (3:11)
Humanoid - "Propagate" (3:59)
Memories Of A Yesterday (9:00)
Review: Music From Calendars is the on going project Future Sound of London have been helming since 2017. It sees them serve up new digital tracks each month and home put them out as an album at the end of the year. This time out the crew pick some of their best tunes from the last four years and put them together in a seamless mix over the course of 50 minutes. Their sound is a perfect fit for the format - all sleek ambient, gently lilting electronic grooves and sci-fi moods that drift by like zephyrs.
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Yage 2019
Cat: LPTOT 76. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Yage (2019) (7:22)
Floating Into Focus & Then Moving Away (3:12)
The Purged (4:55)
We Flew Together (2:41)
Yage (Rhodesia)/Insulin (5:00)
Voodoo Doll (3:42)
Earth Spirit (1:35)
Ayahuasca (6:14)
Slowly Stumbled (1:17)
The People Of Yage (Humanoid Rebuild) (3:32)
Yage (Suset Strip) (2:47)
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Environment Five
Cat: LPTOT 68. Rel: 19 Sep 14
Point Of Departure
Source Of Uncertainty
Image Of The Past
Beings Of Light
In Solitude We Are Least Alone
Viewed From Below The Surface
Dying While Being Held
Machines Of The Subconscious
Dark & Lonely Waters
The Dust Settles
Moments Of Isolation
Review: To say that The Future Sound Of London are legendary would be an understatement. Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain continue to stupefy and amaze with this fifth chapter in the Environments series, this time allegedly exploring the space and dimensions after death. That might sound a little gloomy, but the music itself is actually surprisingly funky and upbeat. The opener itself, "Point Of Departure", is a gorgeous slap-bass beat track backed with some stupendous female vocal chops. There's a bit of everything across the thirteen tracks, such as the eerie soundscapes of "Beings Of Light", or the break-ridden lo-fi jam that is "Somatosensory". These guys have never stopped and they still mean business. Recommended.
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Environments II
Cat: LPTOT 62. Rel: 21 Nov 14
Viewed From Above
Glacier (part 1)
Colour Blind
A Corner
North Arctic
Factories & Assembly
Ice Formed
Small Town
Nearly Home
Boca Manu
Journey To The Centre
Glacier (part 2)
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Environments 4
Cat: LPTOT 66. Rel: 22 Nov 14
The Wheel Of Life
No Man's Land
River Delta
Stand A Little Less Between Me & The Sun
Long Day
Vast Landscape
Clear Light Of Reality
The Plough
Review: The legendary Future Sound Of London have finally started dropping their Environments series on vinyl format, which will no doubt please the countless numbers of FSOL junkies out there! These sessions, the present title being the penultimate in a series of five, have been long sought after and they have been pivotal in shaping the sound of today's electronic dance music. Fifteen tracks in total here and the interesting thing about this album is the fact that it can be heard either as single tracks or as one developing and morphing wall of sound. All but one of these tracks, "Murmurations", are from way back and haven't seen the light of day, so get listening and indulge yourself in some pioneering sounds!
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Rituals E7.001 (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: LPRSDTOT 84. Rel: 03 May 22
Hopiate (7:27)
Triple Circles (2:19)
Somewhere Outside (1:47)
Ritualised (5:12)
Time Cone (4:47)
Solar Signal (3:22)
Sand To Ocean (3:20)
Far Seeker (3:35)
Slowly Slipped Away (2:04)
Visibility Accumulation (3:40)
I Am Error (3:20)
Colour Primary (2:35)
Time Passed The Sun (3:54)
Review: Tracing The Future Sound of London's back catalogue right back to 1988, when 'Stakker Humanoid' blew minds with a blueprint that would go on to define the standard formulas for British electro and breakbeat before either had been drawn, you quickly realise the journey back to where we are today involves passing landmark after landmark. It's hard not to consider Rituals as another. Marking a return of the outfit's Environments series, which already had six innovative instalments preceding this, hit play on opening number 'Hopiate' and you're immediately transported to every great morning after a night of amazing hedonism before. Pretty, reflective refrains and warm, Earthly details parting for a moment of silence before unifying rolling drums kick in - soundtrack to the best rave at 9AM you've either been to or not. Cue another 12 tracks that are equally transportive and explain so much about why, decades after these tones first hypnotised youth, we're still lining up for more.
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Environments 7.02: A Space Of Partial Illumination
Cat: LPTOT 86. Rel: 18 Oct 22
A Space Of Partial Illumination (5:21)
If That Were To Occur (3:06)
Intents & Purpose (4:20)
Embodied Cognition (3:42)
Long Green Field (2:47)
Temporal Aliasing (4:41)
In Solitude We Are Least Alone (Waltz) (2:37)
Frozen Height (3:05)
Informal Horizon (5:36)
Ephemeral (2:49)
All This Has Happened Before (4:50)
How Forests Think (5:55)
Review: The Future Sound Of London are well-known for their intense sectioning-off of various albums into sagas. Conceived as far back as the late 1990s, the 'Environments' album series has been routinely topped up on a slow but steady basis, and has thus far manifested as a grand total of seven psychedelectronic odysseys. 'Environments Seven', which came out earlier in 2022, is testament to the duo's madcap penchant for sagaizing; indeed, this seventh instalment in the LP is split into a trilogy, and 'Environments 7.02' is the second in said trilogy.
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Cascade 2020
Cat: LPTOT 77. Rel: 12 Feb 21
Cascade (part 1 - Recreated) (4:36)
Flood Of Reflection (5:12)
Amid The Overwhelm (3:55)
Cascade (part 6) (5:03)
Brief Silence In The Distance (4:52)
Cascade (part 4 - Recreated) (5:09)
Dark Hours Of Your Being (4:45)
Sluice (5:15)
Multiple Falling Objects (4:15)
Deep Sea Of Clouds (5:12)
 in stock $25.96
Built By Humanoid
Cat: FSOLDLP 10. Rel: 06 Jun 19
Orfan Atmosphere (3:04)
Polymath (5:36)
Blokd (3:55)
Traktion (5:48)
Fu*k It (5:36)
To Function Autonomously (5:08)
Post Humans (3:05)
APE (5:13)
N-Droid (5:40)
Review: 30 years after ditching the Humanoid alias in order to form Future Sound Of London with Garry Cobain, Brian Dougans has decided to resurrect his rave-era solo project. The result is "Built By Humanoid", a delightfully skittish, off-kilter album of raw, ragged and mind-altering cuts whose wayward, out-there electronics were partially created using two custom-built synthesizers that Dougans co-designed. The resultant album is breathlessly brilliant and magnificently mind-mangling, with the veteran producer conjuring up cuts that giddily join the dots between Aphex Twin's most intense moments, the acid-fired "Braindance" of Ceephax Acid Crew, the doom-laden ambient and IDM oddness of Future Sound Of London and the sweaty breakbeat rush of early UK hardcore.
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Sweet Acid Sound
Sweet Acid Sound (limited CD)
Cat: CD TOT 88. Rel: 19 Jul 23
Deep House
Sweet Acid Sound
808 Nation
4000 Humans
Life 5 0
Octant Atmos
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $14.30
St8818r (CD)
Cat: CDTOT 85. Rel: 13 Apr 22
Stakker Humanoid
ST8818r (Luke Vibert mix)
ST8818r (Autechre mix)
ST8818r (Mike Dred mix)
ST8818r (Plaid mix)
ST8818r (Tejada mix)
ST8818r (Heogen mix)
ST8818r (Roel Funcken mix)
ST8818r (Yage mix)
ST8818r (Inkipak mix)
Blue Beans
Made In Manchester
Track 15
Review: Last year, Belgian imprint De:Tuned decided to commission a wealth of remixes of 'St8818r', Future Sound of London's 2019 re-make of their 1988 UK acid/techno fusion classic as Humanoid, 'Stakker Humanoid'. Kicking off with the peerless, breakbeat-driven, TB-303-riddled '88 original, this CD contains all nine commissioned reworks, plus a wealth of bonus material. There's plenty to excite those who love the intersection of acid, electro, techno, IDM and Rephlex-style 'braindance', with highlights including a murky and mind-bending Autechre rub, a storming, Phuture-inspired acid-jack interpretation from Mikey Dred, an impressively uncompromising breakbeat take from Plaid and a gorgeous, piano-sporting twist from Roel Funcken. Bonus cut 'Blue Beans', a psychedelic ambient acid excursion, is also superb.
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Ignition Of The Sun
Cat: FSOLDLP 6. Rel: 09 May 16
Ignition Of The Sun (5:08)
Oblique Towers (4:57)
Wave Length (2:44)
Garden Of Syn (1:04)
Rutt Era (2:32)
Dilation Of Time (5:06)
Return Beyond The Inner Voice (1:11)
Moons In Dissidence (2:24)
Rivers Of Occasion (4:21)
Sirens From A Distance (2:51)
Opalis Amar Xam (5:04)
Pathway To I (2:33)
Lifecycle (4:07)
Bridge Between Tal (2:48)
Liquid Light Voids (2:13)
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