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Vinyl Station: Under the Sun by Mark Pritchard
Mon 9 May 2016, 18:30 – 19:30 BST
Mark Pritchard's new album on Warp Records is released on 13th May, but you can hear it first at Vinyl Station.
Pritchard is a major figure in the electronic music world, having won fame as part of Global Communication in the early 90's, and remixed everyone from Radiohead to Aphex Twin. Now he releases his first solo album in five years, Under the Sun.
Consciously crafted to be enjoyed in one sitting, the album features collaborations with Thom Yorke and Bibio, and takes in influences as diverse as ambient, folk and new wave.
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Vinyl Station is an event where Liverpool’s music community can come together to share in the communal experience of listening to an album. The project is about exploring, celebrating and critiquing new music.
Presented at Metal’s iconic spaces at Edge Hill station, Vinyl Station takes place every second Monday of the month and features an unreleased album played in its entirety.
Afterwards there's a chance for people to share their responses to the work and muse on its place in the broader state of music. The discussion is hosted by Liverpool muso and esteemed DJ Bernie Connor, the host of the iconic Sound Of Music podcast.