Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Limited edition 12" vinyl . Includes the following tracks: WBD, Blunted, Earls Network, WBD (Moiré Remix), Blunted (Best Available Technology Version 1), Blunted (Best Available Technology Version 2) and Blunted (Best Available Technology Version 3).
Includes unlimited streaming of Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said EP
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Lawson Benn is one of the most promising artists emerging from the London electronic underground, thanks in part to his successful radio show "Public Order" on the influential NTS Radio, but also to his boundless talent as a producer. "Heat Your Room For Eight Pence Per Day They Said" (LPS15) is an EP composed of three tracks where the jungle background of the London based producer comes together with the most recent and diverse mutations of experimental techno. Advanced dance music for the discerning mind.
After having released on prestigious labels such as Werk Discs, Ninja Tune, R&S and Spectral Sound, the elusive producer Moiré is coming to Lapsus Records to transform Lawson Benn’s phantasmagoric "WBD" in a sublime piece of deconstructed Detroit Techno which plays with the sensory perception of the listener. Again, Moiré questions and blurs traditional linear patterns of club music, but from a profound understanding and respect for the genre.
To complete the EP, the American Kevin Palmer aka Best Available Technology (Opal Tapes, Astro:Dynamics) delivers not one, not two, but three extremely powerful remixes of "Blunted". Three dark, sharp and deliciously analogue pieces inspired by the best tradition of intelligent techno.
released November 11, 2016
Written and produced by Lawson Benn.
Remix and additional production on A4 by Moiré.
Remix and additional production on B1, B2 and B3 by Kevin Palmer.
Mastered by Pedro Pina.
Artwork by Basora.
Lapsus Records Barcelona 2016.