Moon Wiring Club Visit the Ghost Box Guest Shop

The now annual event of a brilliantly baffling Moon Wiring Club release. In the Ghost Box Guest Shop now.
Double CD with artwork by Ian Hodgson.

Here’s what they have to say at Gecophonic Records:
TANTALISING MEWS could well be the definitive MWC Compact Disc experience ~ 2xCDs packed with 44 tracks derived from one of those streets or lanes that you pass every day but never go down. The architecture doesn’t quite fit in, the trees are different to all the neighbouring ones and it looks a bit too swanky for the postcode.


Disc A
22 tracks of prime MWC tunes that display both rhythmic inventiveness and an ample eerie-ear for uncanny melody. Numerous dancefloor-friendly styles of music are co-opted to coax up a bewilderingly playful mix of synthwave-sinister eerie-step wyrd-funk favourites with ruminative interludes. There’s even a warehouse banger lurking in the shadows and the exact propulsive sound of a ghost processing fog.


Disc B
Contains 22 tracks of drifty-dream environment and mildly mildewed melody, a sweet-smelling feathering fog of wistfully romantic and unsettling moods, prescribed as a unsettling sleeping draught taken underneath a much-loved lavender blanket. Long-form beat-free compositions conjured up from an alternative 1980s perfume ad nestle charmingly next to a gaslight spirit-web of sly disassociation and mnemonic trickery. Ghostly apparitions wave from far-away lilac window-frames, and the fancy figure forming out of midnight-mist in the apple orchard looks really weirdly familiar.

“…some of Moon Wiring Club’s best work yet. ”
Simon Reynolds,
Blissblog

 

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DOWN TO THE SILVER SEA

There’s a new compilation LP out on Moon Wiring Club’s Gecophonic records this week. Featuring Kno (who may or may not include Jon Brooks in its line up), Sarah Angliss (of Spacedog), Time Attendant, Moon Wiring Club and Howling Moss (which may or may not feature Pye Corner Audio’s Martin Jenkins). Its never entirely clear who’s doing what with whom on this record but this is par for the course on Gecophonic. Its a delightful Seaside Summertime Special all the same and comes in beautiful and insanely detailed packaging by Ian Hodgson.

Official release date is 33.07.23. Of course it is. However there’s a limited supply available in the Ghost Box shop right now.

The Soft Moon vs John Foxx & The Maths – ‘Evidence’

The track ‘Evidence’ was born naturally out of the two artists’ mutual appreciation for one another. Speaking with Artrocker magazine last year, Luis Vasquez from The Soft Moon had this to say of John Foxx’s influence on his own music: ‘Foxx’s Metamatic album is what led me to discover the Arp Odyssey, the most crucial instrument in my collection, and the key synthesizer used in creating my unique sound. So, that album is very important to me and what I do.’ With regard to the collaboration, John Foxx said, ‘The Soft Moon are where minimalism maximises into a new universe of possibilities. It’s an absolute joy for us to work with them.’

‘Evidence’ will be released as a one-sided 7 inch single by Captured tracks on 26 June. It also features on the forthcoming Evidence mini-album by John Foxx & The Maths in early September.

Also, here’s a cool and completely unofficial video for the track: