Earthtones Part 1

Earthtones Part 1 by Earthman

 

Emotions (Part 3 EP)

Emotions (Part 3 EP) by Earthman

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately.

Earthman: an inhabitant of the planet Earth

see also: An earth-born musician.

Earthman produced idiosyncratic work in idioms such as ambient technointelligent dance music during the 1990s. He is among the least acclaimed figures in contemporary electronic music impart due to his adherence to the philosophy of ‘faceless techno’.

After initial forays into ambient and electronic music with neighbour Nick Bracegirdle, Earthman began releasing acid techno and ambient cassettes in the late 1980s early 1990s under aliases Blue Afar (with Nick the Flute) and Funky Presidence (with Lex Blackmore), and co-founded the independent label Intuitive in 1992. His debut EP Emotions was released on Intuitive in 1993

Earthman produced and engineered at his home studio in Marylebone, London, UK known as ‘the Kitchen’ and also at James Sangers ‘SkyArk Studio’ in Bournemouth, England. Earthman also co-produced and performed with Sanger on Ark-Angel and SkyArc productions for IndoChina and Hansome Records between 1993-96

After releasing a further 2 EPs – Eclectic (1994) and Homunculus (1995) – in 1996, he began to issue new music under other aliases, Underground House Orchestra (U.H.O) and Larry Mison Jnr later as Guilo.

In a September 1993 interview with Encyclopaedia Psychedelica magazine, Earthman said he composed ambient music and electronic music specifically for cassette as the running length of a c90 was ‘so pleasing’, and had “over 20 hours” of unreleased music, he also claimed to have experienced synesthesia and incorporated lucid dreaming into his compositions.

The cover of  Emotions EP features a multi-media video still life and photo montage/manipulation created with the mind-bogglingly expensive Quantel Paintbox system. Cover artwork was created by art direction duo Si ‘n’ Gav. The cover artwork to Earthman: Emotions was selected by Vaughan Olivier and Ivo Watts-Russell of 23 Envelope and 4AD as a winning entry for independent record sleeve design of note 1993. The image features possibly the only know representation of the Earthman – appearing as an Homunculus form.

Enjoy Emotions – now remastered and released as Emotions, Part 1 of a two part set…

Note: As no extraterrestrial life has been discovered, all known forms of life in the Universe are of Earth. Its modern use in literature contrasts Earth (the planet) with outer space or hypothetical other planets with sapient life. Thus this implies that the term would be used by aliens to express a creature from Earth. The meaning “creature from planet Earth” in the context of space travel may be extended to non-human species, as in “Russia fetes dog Laika, first earthman in space”.[3]

 

Den of a Thief

Den of a Thief by Team Lambeth

The idea of this Team Lambeth single is a tantalising one: dust down the kit used on their first two singles for Maeg, Strange Paradise/Slow Release and Leftie Raver, but add hair-metal guitar for some stratospheric euphoria. The Teamsters have not just endured but prospered since their 90s heyday by redeploying this familiar bag of signifiers – muscular beats, upfront synths and unusual leads – to reliable effect.

Kicking off with steady stream of knee-jerk synth-stabs which flare into a mêlée of sub-bass and guitar strutting pomposity. Den of a Thief is one effective and super-obvious, paean to dancing, rewinding the 90s exactingly.

All in Den of a Thief moves TL’s sound on from the menace-eyed to the swirly-eyed with a track that would unite crate-diggers with heady “acieeed” squelchers, guitar meat-eaters with millennial, vegan balearics. There are no superstar guests this time, no rappers , no weird, waif-like Norwegian singers… just a more-banging-than-average tune that speaks for itself.

 

Emotions (Part 2 EP)

Emotions (Part 2 EP) by Earthman

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately.

Earthman: an inhabitant of the planet Earth

see also: An earth-born musician.

Earthman produced idiosyncratic work in idioms such as ambient technointelligent dance music during the 1990s. He is among the least acclaimed figures in contemporary electronic music impart due to his adherence to the philosophy of ‘faceless techno’.

After initial forays into ambient and electronic music with neighbour Nick Bracegirdle, Earthman began releasing acid techno and ambient cassettes in the late 1980s early 1990s under aliases Blue Afar (with Nick the Flute) and Funky Presidence (with Lex Blackmore), and co-founded the independent label Intuitive in 1992. His debut EP Emotions was released on Intuitive in 1993

Earthman produced and engineered at his home studio in Marylebone, London, UK known as ‘the Kitchen’ and also at James Sangers ‘SkyArk Studio’ in Bournemouth, England. Earthman also co-produced and performed with Sanger on Ark-Angel and SkyArc productions for IndoChina and Hansome Records between 1993-96

After releasing a further 2 EPs – Eclectic (1994) and Homunculus (1995) – in 1996, he began to issue new music under other aliases, Underground House Orchestra (U.H.O) and Larry Mison Jnr later as Guilo.

In a September 1993 interview with Encyclopaedia Psychedelica magazine, Earthman said he composed ambient music and electronic music specifically for cassette as the running length of a c90 was ‘so pleasing’, and had “over 20 hours” of unreleased music, he also claimed to have experienced synesthesia and incorporated lucid dreaming into his compositions.

The cover of  Emotions EP features a multi-media video still life and photo montage/manipulation created with the mind-bogglingly expensive Quantel Paintbox system. Cover artwork was created by art direction duo Si ‘n’ Gav. The cover artwork to Earthman: Emotions was selected by Vaughan Olivier and Ivo Watts-Russell of 23 Envelope and 4AD as a winning entry for independent record sleeve design of note 1993. The image features possibly the only know representation of the Earthman – appearing as an Homunculus form.

Enjoy Emotions – now remastered and released as Emotions, Part 1 of a two part set…

Note: As no extraterrestrial life has been discovered, all known forms of life in the Universe are of Earth. Its modern use in literature contrasts Earth (the planet) with outer space or hypothetical other planets with sapient life. Thus this implies that the term would be used by aliens to express a creature from Earth. The meaning “creature from planet Earth” in the context of space travel may be extended to non-human species, as in “Russia fetes dog Laika, first earthman in space”.[3]

 

Strange Paradise/Slow Release

Strange Paradise/Slow Release by Team Lambeth

The 90s bass heads return – with a trip to a Strange Paradise and its a heavy, heavy trip… threatening and electrically charged beats rule the day – b side – Slow Release gives you a chance to relax.

 

Leftie Raver

Leftie Raver by Team Lambeth

Few producers embody London’s complex relationship with the mainstream as fully as Team Lambeth. Whilst making an innately engaging and accessible noise, they still have a knack of creating a distinct unease with their canon, a menacing chirrup if you like. This menacing chirrup is the constant sub-text that restates the roots of ragga-house, grimey hip-hop and other super, slimey hyphenated sounds that persist in defining the capital.

From the outset Leftie Raver channels a pressure from the marshes of Hackney to the wetlands of Barnes via the backgarden views of the London Overground system.

 

Liberty X

Liberty X "Just A Little RMX X2" by Team Lambeth

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Emotions

Emotions by Earthman

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately.

Earthman: an inhabitant of the planet Earth

see also: An earth-born musician.

Earthman produced idiosyncratic work in idioms such as ambient technointelligent dance music during the 1990s. He is among the least acclaimed figures in contemporary electronic music impart due to his adherence to the philosophy of ‘faceless techno’.

After initial forays into ambient and electronic music with neighbour Nick Bracegirdle, Earthman began releasing acid techno and ambient cassettes in the late 1980s early 1990s under aliases Blue Afar (with Nick the Flute) and Funky Presidence (with Lex Blackmore), and co-founded the independent label Intuitive in 1992. His debut EP Emotions was released on Intuitive in 1993

Earthman produced and engineered at his home studio in Marylebone, London, UK known as ‘the Kitchen’ and also at James Sangers ‘SkyArk Studio’ in Bournemouth, England. Earthman also co-produced and performed with Sanger on Ark-Angel and SkyArc productions for IndoChina and Hansome Records between 1993-96

After releasing a further 2 EPs – Eclectic (1994) and Homunculus (1995) – in 1996, he began to issue new music under other aliases, Underground House Orchestra (U.H.O) and Larry Mison Jnr later as Guilo.

In a September 1993 interview with Encyclopaedia Psychedelica magazine, Earthman said he composed ambient music and electronic music specifically for cassette as the running length of a c90 was ‘so pleasing’, and had “over 20 hours” of unreleased music, he also claimed to have experienced synesthesia and incorporated lucid dreaming into his compositions.

The cover of  Emotions EP features a multi-media video still life and photo montage/manipulation created with the mind-bogglingly expensive Quantel Paintbox system. Cover artwork was created by art direction duo Si ‘n’ Gav. The cover artwork to Earthman: Emotions was selected by Vaughan Olivier and Ivo Watts-Russell of 23 Envelope and 4AD as a winning entry for independent record sleeve design of note 1993. The image features possibly the only know representation of the Earthman – appearing as an Homunculus form.

Enjoy Emotions – now remastered and released as Emotions, Part 1 of a two part set…

Note: As no extraterrestrial life has been discovered, all known forms of life in the Universe are of Earth. Its modern use in literature contrasts Earth (the planet) with outer space or hypothetical other planets with sapient life. Thus this implies that the term would be used by aliens to express a creature from Earth. The meaning “creature from planet Earth” in the context of space travel may be extended to non-human species, as in “Russia fetes dog Laika, first earthman in space”.[3]

 

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