Subway – Subway II. Label: Soul Jazz Records – SJR CD 202, Soul Jazz Records – SJR CD202. Recorded at home Soul Jazz Records 2009. Back inlay features list of instruments, equipement used for this album: Studio Electronics SE-1, Sequential Multitrak, Roland Jupiter 6, Korg MS20, Sequential Tom, Univox SR55, Roland MKS80, Moog Prodigy,Sequential Max, Tape Loops, Percussion, Guitars.
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The second album from London electronic duo Subway is hardcore in its repetitiveness, and it’s given me the most joy of any music this year that isn’t Kyle Hall or UK Funky. We’re talking proper repetition here; none of the fancy, subtle squirming around that, say, minimal techno offers. Rather, Subway set up a dreamy loop of synths and let it roll and roll. But whereas so much modern-day vintage synth noodling is a bit too stern, and bit too dull (cf. Matmos’ recent Supreme Balloon), II is overwhelmingly generous. Everything here feels like it was made with sensory pleasure in mind; no awkwardness, no grit, no end-of-the-night darkness, just loops and sunshine. It also works so much better as an album than in short doses; the preceding Subway singles, nice as they were, didn’t prepare me for the loveliness of settling down and trancing out to their music for a good fifty minutes or so.
Subway is a 1985 French comedy drama film directed by Luc Besson and starring Isabelle Adjani and Christopher Lambert. The film is classified as part of the cinema du look movement. Having stolen some compromising documents from a powerful and successful r at a party, a man known as Fred (Lambert) escapes from the police and takes refuge in the underground world of the Paris Métro stations and tunnels.
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Subway II, the debut album by Subway on Soul Jazz Records, is a startling cosmic marriage of influences – German electronic rock music from the 1970s (Cluster, Kraftwerk, Neu, Harmonia, Ash Ra Tempel), 80s Detroit science fiction techno (Carl Craig, Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills) and a hint of Italian and European disco (Danielle Baldelli meets Cerrone, Space, Moroder and Jean. Subway are Michael Kirkman and Alan James and have been releasing music since 2000. Subway II was recorded at home in East London using a plethora of analog equipment and techniques that enabled them to create.
- Pressed By – EDC Blackburn Ltd
- Written-By, Producer – A.James*, M.Kirkman*
NotesRecorded at home
Soul Jazz Records 2009
Back inlay features list of instruments / equipement used for this album:
Studio Electronics SE-1, Sequential Multitrak, Roland Jupiter 6,
Korg MS20, Sequential Tom, Univox SR55, Roland MKS80,
Moog Prodigy,Sequential Max, Tape Loops, Percussion, Guitars
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 026328 102023
- Barcode (Scanned): 5026328102023
- Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn Ltd SJRCD202 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0498
- Label Code: LC 2678
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