3 Electro Knights: Rave One

3 Electro Knights SKU: 42877646
3 Electro Knights: Rave One

3 Electro Knights: Rave One

3 Electro Knights SKU: 42877646

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Rave One
Artist: 3 Electro Knights
Label: Post Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5024545959611
Genre: Dance

The second extended EP by London synth cyberneticians 3 Electro Knights is Rave One, which is human and machine in hot synergy. If Blixa Bargeld played the synthesizer he would probably come up with something like the crazed lead on Rave One. I Move In Another Dimension is a remix of very limited lathe cut single, which Rough Trade shops described as "Electro sqwonk and clatter meet Patti Smith style beat poetry'. This, the "Mandy" remix ups the psychedelic energy, with Mandy referring to the acid drenched Nicholas Cage starring film of the same name. The flip side track, I_tense, is a 14 trip into territory somewhere between Berlin School synth and early Aphex Twin driven by perhaps the greatest synthesizer ever made, the Roland System 100m, and was recorded in one take with no overdubs Very limited copies - 250 only - on white vinyl with orange swirl. The sleeve design is by acclaimed graphic designer Asif Khan. Destroy/Exist wrote of their cassette album Sketches For Another Future: "Through krautrock, psychedelic, synthpunk, and modern electronica passages, 3 Electro Knights fully realize their analog electronic sound, exposing their warm connection with their synths." 3 Electro Knights are Daren Pickles (Supercharger, bushpilot), Nik Clifford (Jesus Licks, bushpilot) and Ross Holloway (bushpilot).


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