Selected Albums available.
12.12.14 - NOW AVAILABLE
EXPO SEVENTY "Frozen Living Elements" CD (Zoharum Records)
Improvised jams recorded earlier this year featuring Jim Button of The Conquerors on drums. Three tracks total, one from last year featuring the duo synth explorations between Aaron Osborne (current bassist for the trio) and Justin Wright. " If your thing is heavy, spaced-out insanity in the form of long, instrumental jams then this is your meat and acid." - Waiving My Arms in the Air Blog.
The CD is housed in an ecopak sleeve and is strictly limited to 500 copies.
EXPO 70 "Corridors to Infinity" 2xCD (Zoharum Records)
Originally released in 2009 in a small tape and CDR edition (150 and 100 respectively), ”Corridors to Infinity” has been our favourite in their extensive discography. This edition, which sees the light of the day 5 years after its initial release, has been expanded to a double album with an additional disc entitled ”Star Coloured Clouds”.Originally released in 2009 in a small tape and CDR edition (150 and 100 respectively), ”Corridors to Infinity” has been our favourite in their extensive discography. This edition, which sees the light of the day 5 years after its initial release, has been expanded to a double album with an additional disc entitled ”Star Coloured Clouds”. The CD is housed in gatefold sleeve in the vein of Japanese-style vinyl replica and is strictly limited to 500 copies.
11.21.14 - VINYL COMPLETED
EXPO '70 "July 18, 2004" LP/CS 180 Gram Vinyl (edition of 500)
CS edition of 100 (with bonus material included)
10th anniversary of the first recording coming to vinyl. 200 on white 180 gram vinyl, 100 with CD bonus and 100 with cassette bonus. The bonus material includes unreleased material from 2002-2003. Silk-screen covers on both LP and bonus CS/CD.
Orders ship mid-OCTOBER, pre-order LTD edition via BANDCAMP.
"A krautrock that is less about propulsion and rhythm and more about texture and ambience, think Ash Ra Tempel, AR & The Machines, Tangerine Dream, Eno, Popol Vuh. Guitars aren't strummed and picked, they are sort of allowed to unwind, long glistening strands of reverberating buzz unfurl and float into the hazy ether. Synthesizers unleash a similarly disembodied sonic vibe, soft clouds of fuzzy whir and distant chordal warmth. Very much the sonic equivalent to drifting down a warm summer stream, on your back, watching the clouds drift by, the trees on the shore shimmer and sway. Or maybe more accurately, floating in the vacuum of space, everything weightless, untethered and drifting lazily through the inky blackness. The light of stars and suns bends and twists, slowly cycling through the visible spectrum, disobeying all laws of physics, wrapping you in a thick swirl of sonic brilliance. This music has to be the work of some immortal group of dronelords, sitting in their multidimensional fortress, atop some mysterious lost mountain, who in their infinite wisdom, allow their dreamlike drones and angelic ambience to fall from the sky and settle over us like a light dusting of snow..." - Aquarius Records