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Xylophonics + Robot X

Woo

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Format: 2LP

Cat No: IP08889

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Release Date:  29 March 2024

Label:  Independent Project Records

Packaging Type:  Gate Fold Vinyl

No of Units:  2

Barcode:  761971508819

Genres:  Electronic  Ambient  

Release Date:  29 March 2024

Label:  Independent Project Records

Packaging Type:  Gate Fold Vinyl

No of Units:  2

Barcode:  761971508802

Genres:  Electronic  Ambient  

Release Date:  29 March 2024

Label:  Independent Project Records

Packaging Type:  Digipak

No of Units:  2

Barcode:  761971508871

Genres:  Electronic  Ambient  

  • Description

    First self-released in 2017, and created following the unique creative process brothers Mark and Clive Ives adopt when making music as Woo - tapping into their incredibly spacious musical archives, the pair select sounds that complement each other, then create new albums from them, overdubbing the existing tracks or even adding newer contemporary music - Xylophonics finds the brothers Ives reworking tracks they originally created in the '90s. Back then, they had just begun recording onto computers, and Xylophonics showcases their first opportunity to properly link drum machines with keyboards, and create loops and multitrack more layers without the need of sound on sound on a tape deck. Now reshaped and released on vinyl and CD for the very first time, Xylophonics is the sound of an exceptionally prolific duo working on melodic loops made with tuned percussion instruments (such as marimba, kalimba and xylophone) and creating a feel that is at once futuristic and optimistic. As Bandcamp Daily once noted, "to enter into Woo's world is to step outside of your own notions of time".

    Description

    First self-released in 2017, and created following the unique creative process brothers Mark and Clive Ives adopt when making music as Woo - tapping into their incredibly spacious musical archives, the pair select sounds that complement each other, then create new albums from them, overdubbing the existing tracks or even adding newer contemporary music - Xylophonics finds the brothers Ives reworking tracks they originally created in the '90s. Back then, they had just begun recording onto computers, and Xylophonics showcases their first opportunity to properly link drum machines with keyboards, and create loops and multitrack more layers without the need of sound on sound on a tape deck. Now reshaped and released on vinyl and CD for the very first time, Xylophonics is the sound of an exceptionally prolific duo working on melodic loops made with tuned percussion instruments (such as marimba, kalimba and xylophone) and creating a feel that is at once futuristic and optimistic. As Bandcamp Daily once noted, "to enter into Woo's world is to step outside of your own notions of time".

    Description

    First self-released in 2017, and created following the unique creative process brothers Mark and Clive Ives adopt when making music as Woo - tapping into their incredibly spacious musical archives, the pair select sounds that complement each other, then create new albums from them, overdubbing the existing tracks or even adding newer contemporary music - Xylophonics finds the brothers Ives reworking tracks they originally created in the '90s. Back then, they had just begun recording onto computers, and Xylophonics showcases their first opportunity to properly link drum machines with keyboards, and create loops and multitrack more layers without the need of sound on sound on a tape deck. Now reshaped and released on vinyl and CD for the very first time, Xylophonics is the sound of an exceptionally prolific duo working on melodic loops made with tuned percussion instruments (such as marimba, kalimba and xylophone) and creating a feel that is at once futuristic and optimistic. As Bandcamp Daily once noted, "to enter into Woo's world is to step outside of your own notions of time".

  • Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Xylophonics
      • 2. Refer To The Manual
      • 3. The Spark
      • 4. Supernaturals
      • 5. The Typewriter
      • 6. Temperamental Circus

      Side 2

      • 1. Xylophonics 2
      • 2. Memory Oscillator
      • 3. Peak Harmonics
      • 4. Whistling Home
      • 5. Space Patrol
      • 6. Sound Corridor

      Disc 2

      Side 1

      • 1. The One That Got Away
      • 2. Harmonic Drive
      • 3. Nanobots
      • 4. Edmondo
      • 5. Repeatability
      • 6. The Three Laws of Robotics

      Side 2

      • 1. Awareness Signals
      • 2. Multi-MinimalMalfunctions
      • 3. ResolutionSensoryFeedback
      • 4. X Robot
      • 5. Resista Reggae
      • 6. Robot X

    Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Xylophonics
      • 2. Refer To The Manual
      • 3. The Spark
      • 4. Supernaturals
      • 5. The Typewriter
      • 6. Temperamental Circus

      Side 2

      • 1. Xylophonics 2
      • 2. Memory Oscillator
      • 3. Peak Harmonics
      • 4. Whistling Home
      • 5. Space Patrol
      • 6. Sound Corridor

      Disc 2

      Side 1

      • 1. The One That Got Away
      • 2. Harmonic Drive
      • 3. Nanobots
      • 4. Edmondo
      • 5. Repeatability
      • 6. The Three Laws of Robotics

      Side 2

      • 1. Awareness Signals
      • 2. Multi-MinimalMalfunctions
      • 3. ResolutionSensoryFeedback
      • 4. X Robot
      • 5. Resista Reggae
      • 6. Robot X

    Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Xylophonics
      • 2. Refer To The Manual
      • 3. The Spark
      • 4. Supernaturals
      • 5. The Typewriter
      • 6. Temperamental Circus
      • 7. Xylophonics 2
      • 8. Memory Oscillator
      • 9. Peak Harmonics
      • 10. Whistling Home
      • 11. Space Patrol
      • 12. Sound Corridor

      Disc 2

      • 1. The One That Got Away
      • 2. Harmonic Drive
      • 3. Nanobots
      • 4. Edmondo
      • 5. Repeatability
      • 6. The Three Laws of Robotics
      • 7. Awareness Signals
      • 8. Multi-MinimalMalfunctions
      • 9. ResolutionSensoryFeedback
      • 10. X Robot
      • 11. Resista Reggae
      • 12. Robot X