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Ghost Box: Unearthly Realms

Exploring woozy, hauntological music and transmissions from a “half-remembered” parallel dimension, the esoteric Ghost Box imprint is defined by Julian House’s gloriously surreal artwork and visuals. With an ongoing campaign of back-catalogue reissues, the acclaimed graphic designer dives into his dazzling portfolio
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Illés

Sweeping forgotten corridors of sound, Scott Blixen sets his sights on Illés
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The NID Tapes: The India Connection

‘The NID Tapes’ is an extraordinary compilation of early Indian electronic tracks recorded at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad between 1969 and 1972. Sound artist Paul Purgas relays the story of how he uncovered these long-forgotten gems
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Andy Oppenheimer ‘The Devil’s Dancers’

Andy Oppenheimer of Oppenheimer Analysis recalls the creation of their self-released 1982 synthpop gem ‘The Devil’s Dancers’, which became a cult classic and dancefloor favourite when it was reissued on Veronica Vasicka’s Minimal Wave label
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Vince Clarke: Game Of Drones

As the driving force behind Depeche Mode, Yazoo, The Assembly, Erasure and countless other projects over four decades, you might think you’ve got synthpop pioneer Vince Clarke sussed. But his debut solo album, the evocative ‘Songs Of Silence’, is a major surprise. Built around drones and ambient soundscapes, it’s an unexpected and majestic left-field turn. He talks us through its gestation and reflects on a remarkable caree