9 thoughts on “ Crone - Posthuman - Syn Emergence (Vinyl, Album, Album) ”

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Posthuman - Syn Emergence at Discogs. Complete your Posthuman collection/5(45).
  2. Syn Emergence by Posthuman, released 01 September 1. Brick Head 2. Eruder 3. Mobile Mast 4. Stockholm Syndrome (Part 2) 5. Crone 6. Spoken 7. Stockholm Syndrome (Part 1) 8. Se Ces One Originally released on Balkan Vinyl in - two editions: A double heavyweight 12" vinyl and a double picturedisc 12" vinyl, both in a gatefold sleeve with an accompanying CD.
  3. Syn Emergence by Posthuman was available on Vinyl Double LP but is now sold out on all formats, sorry.. Take a look at what else we have in by Posthuman, check out some related artists, head over to our new releases or knock yourself out reading our latest music news & album reviews.8/10(1).
  4. Dec 10,  · Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy Stockholm Syndrome (Part 2) · Posthuman Syn Emergence ℗ Balkan Vinyl Released on: Composer: Joshu Doherty Composer: Richard Bevan.
  5. Posthuman present their first vinyl album since ’s ’Syn Emergence’ with ‘Mutant City Acid’ on their Balkan Vinyl label On ’Mutant City Acid’ they tweak out Roland’s little grey box in 10 parts roving from the seamless acid house excursion of ‘Into Gestalt’ into ‘Nightride To New Reno’, before gradually diversifying their patterns with the slow electro-acid of.
  6. Doherty left Seed Records to help relaunch UK techno imprint B12 Records in , and started a new label Balkan Vinyl in In , Doherty founded acid-focused clubnight "I Love Acid" along with Luke Vibert who's track it was named after, where Posthuman are resident DJs. It won "Best Club Event" in DJ Magazine's Best of British awards
  7. Review: It's been quite a year for Posthuman: apart from releasing a series of EPs on labels like Shipwrec and Balkan Vinyl, they also put out an excellent long player, Mutant City Acid. Rounding off their year is The Snake Bites Twice, their debut on Scottish imprint Craigie Knowes. While "Cobra Structure" and "Polywater Acid" deliver more of the same low-slung acid that they are .
  8. **Includes Bonus Track** Posthuman deliver eight tracks of electroid darkness for their Balkan Vinyl imprint. The 'Flat Beat' styled warp bass of 'Brick Head' is as close as they get to garage on this one, while elsewhere we get rumbunctious rave techno on 'Eruder', grizzly electro-tech in 'Mobile Mast' and dubstep/techno fusions in the two parts of 'Stockholm Syndrome'. 'Crone' .

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