Debut vinyl release for Pre-Cert Home Entertainment from N.Racker, a well known producer operating incognito. Think rumbling doom, hazy folklore and a dense library/soundtrack aesthetic - somewhere between Sunn O))), The Haxan Cloak and Morricone/Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza* After delivering a limited edition cassette release that sold out in a couple of hours last month, N. Racker unveils his vinyl debut for Pre-Cert Home Entertainment, a label run by Demdike Stare and Andy Votel.
Athens-based concrète collagist, Jar Moff, follows the themes of his PAN debut 'Commercial Mouth' to bookend 2013 with the beguiling flux and upheaval of 'Financial Glam'. Unswervingly reflective of his home city's state of tension and disquiet, Moff's 2nd album plays out a gripping, intricately detailed scene of chaos and confusion, colliding huge, unyielding structures in a grandiose and epic scene comparable with the sober and meticulously complex electro-acoustic compositions of Xenakis or the spectral symphonies of Iancu Dumitrescu & The Hyperion Ensemble.
Luke Younger's Helm returns to PAN with four vital incursions marking his first new material since the sessions that birthed his acclaimed 'Impossible Symmetry' and 'Silencer' releases these last couple of years. Since those releases Younger has been hard at work building his Alter label into one of the most interesting imprints around whilst also honing a petrifying, improvised live set that's turned our bones to stone every time we've heard it.