Immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.
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Unlike most other labels, Future Flash is identified by a medieval style wax seal bearing the label's logo, meaning the records can only be played on one side. As such they are highly sought after collectors items and vanish from the market place very quickly. All vinyl comes stamped with the wax seal, and an ink stamp detailing the Artists and tracks, all contained within a paper sleeve and a disco bag.
Shipping is in bubble wrap within heavyweight cruciform mailers, sent in a tear proof mailing bag.
P&P / UK / £3.60 Europe / £6.00 + £1.25 per additional item Rest of World / £8.50 + £2.00 per additional item
IMPORTANT SHIPPING NOTICE: WITHIN THE UK, TWO ITEMS CAN BE SENT FOR THE PRICE OF ONE, THIS RADICALLY VARIES TO THE PRICE OF MULTIPLE ITEMS FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD SO PLEASE GET IN TOUCH DIRECTLY FOR A PRICE IF YOU WANT MULTIPLE COPIES.
Includes immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.
Very little is known of Operator Tracey, save for an obscure message sent to a cell phone in Chicago, reading:
“Morning,,, this is operator tracey trying to find out what time we are going to do the trade, im off the bus from 11 to 2:40,,,”
Despite this, the Operator’s music seems to have a much clearer message, being that the genre currently referred to as EDM has nothing to do with what’s happening in Detroit or Chicago, or what’s happening with electronic artists around the world, reflecting none of the musical heritage granted to the world by those two cities. Its a clear shot across the bows for those sailing the wrong ship, and a rallying cry to all others.
Perseus Traxx is a little more well known, with releases on Bunker, M>O>S, Skylax and BOE Recordings to name but a few, as well as having numerous releases operating under a range of aliases. The message here has no words. Its one of direct manipulation of electricity for a stream of raw analogue power combined with the crunchy, digital grit of a well known drum machine.