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by Ed Chamberlain

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Ross Lockhart
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Ross Lockhart It's just such pure and enjoyable IDM. Would love if Ed did more, but thankful for what we have. Nibbles of nostalgia mixed with great melodics and extra juicy, awesome progression. Favorite track: Charly.
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Senba Amazing compilation of tracks that bring me to a peaceful world! Favorite track: Gutz.
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Toblermone I have the Mixxy EP 1 & Fixxy ep 1 but missed the other ep's at the time, so this is a no brainer. I was gona buy it in the uk saving some post, but then thought I won't have a quoltey digital copy so spent the extra. This is far to good to not shair with who ever I can. Styge & Synthia (edit) are my favourites but every track is fantastic. The first time I heard Synthia it made my arm hair stand up, and gave me a cold rush, I wasn't drunk or high. So Synthia is my favourite I sapose.
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World of Echo Because electronic music doesn't get anthologized like rock or pop music, nor do music magazines go back and take second and third looks at past decades of it--stuff like this goes unheard unless it gets a reissue (and even then, that's no guarantee it'll get highlighted in the current press, or you'll come across it by chance). What I'm lamenting is: Dang, I would have loved this electronica in my life when it came out, but I'm glad it's better late than never.
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Styge 06:12
Fixxy Gnepz 06:10
Dave 04:25
Gutz 04:39
Zarathustra 05:06
Charly 06:54


In 2006 the now defunct BaseLogic label released the first in a triad of EP's entitled 'Fixxy', produced by the enigmatic British artist Ed Chamberlain. These EPs left many electronic music lovers scratching their heads, having heard something genuinely different. It represented a new generation of IDM reminiscent of The Black Dog or Plaid, melancholic electro with a meticulous nuanced palate that immediately transformed Chamberlain into a revered figure.

Fifteen years on Lapsus Records, as part of its 'Perennial' series, will release Ed Chamberlain’s superlative productions across 2x12", entitled '03/06'. The lavish 12” double pack will feature a sizeable part of the ‘Fixxy’ material, along with additional tracks created during the same period of time, 2003 – 2006, including 'Zarathustra' and 'Does Ape' –the latter released on vinyl in 2008 by Madrid label Semantica–. For this special release all tracks have been re-mastered and will be pressed and packaged in a deluxe edition format.


released May 21, 2021

Mastered by Pedro Pina.
Artwork by Basora.
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