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Cat: HAFTW 013CD. Rel: 04 May 13
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Everything Is On The Point Of Decline
  2. As If One Was Sinking Into Sand
  3. Approaching The Outer Limits Of Our Solar System
  4. When The Dog Days Were Drawing To An End
  5. A Last Glimpse Of The Land Being Lost Forever
  6. The Homesickness That Was Corroding Her Soul
  7. I Have Become Almost Invisible, To Some Extent Like A Dead Man
  8. In The Deep & Dark Hours Of The Night
  9. No One Knows What Shadowy Memories Haunt Them To This Day
  10. Increasingly Absorbed In His Own World
  11. Isolated Lights In The Abyss Of Ignorance
  12. Now The Night Is Over & The Dawn Is About To Break
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Cat: HAFTW 003CD. Rel: 26 Sep 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Lacunar Amnesia
  2. Persistent Repetition Of Phrases
  3. Rosy Retrospection
  4. Long Term (Remote)
  5. Poor Enunciation
  6. Past Life Regression
  7. False Memory Syndrome
  8. Von Restorff Effect
  9. Unmasking Alzhiemer's
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Cat: HAFTW 029. Rel: 26 Sep 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements (22:41)
  2. Stage 5 Advanced Plaque Entanglements (22:54)
  3. Stage 5 Synapse Retrogenesis (20:53)
  4. Stage 5 Sudden Time Regression Into Isolation (22:13)
Review: The legendary Leyland Kirby returns with more extreme excursions in dark ambient music for his latest offering. In the tradition of previous releases such as Patience (After Sebald) and An Empty Bliss Beyond This World, Kirby further explores the subject of dementia via points of progression, loss and disintegration as part of his 20 years long project as The Caretaker. He evokes memories and sensations (whilst reflecting the natural processes of expiration) over a new series of six albums. On Post-Awareness Stage 5, he explores confusion, horror and isolation across several drone pieces.
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Bleaklow (remastered) (limited 2xLP)
Cat: HAFTW 016. Rel: 30 Sep 14
Industrial/Noise
  1. Something To Do With Death
  2. Exposure
  3. Exhumation
  4. Solemn Dedication
  5. Indefinite Ridge
  6. Kirkbymoorside
  7. Iverted Burial
  8. Bleaklow
  9. Bobo Greaves
  10. A Melody Drags Me Back
  11. Ominous Sunset
Review: Bleaklow, Leyland James Kirby's second album under The Stranger alias was originally released back in 2008 through his own V/VM imprint and promptly sold out. As the cult of Kirby has grown over the ensuing years, this reissue courtesy of the artist's more recent label endeavour, History Always Favors The Winners, offers a timely chance to reappraise the album. Newcomers to Bleaklow will find much to soak up in the jaded soundscapes and drone heavy passages that make up the album. Our favourite moments include the sinister tones on "Exhumation", the cavernous beats and synths of "Indefinite Ridge", and the semi-techno structure of "Inverted Burial". Shit hot.
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Played by: Ekoplekz
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