Echoboy : Automatic Eyes

Echoboy : Automatic Eyes

Blithely shattering the twin axioms that govern the planet’s synth maestros – one must be bald and one must be a twat - Echoboy, being neither bald nor a twat, is a mutinous cove indeed. ‘Automatic Eyes’ boasts a similarly brazen...

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Turning On

Turning On

Not so much a single as an expensive six-minute hint to Mute that perhaps they shouldn't release everything Richard Warren gives them. Proving prolificacy doesn't necessarily equal quality, Echoboy's tinny tune-free Krautrock Moogling is...

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London King's Cross Water Rats

London King's Cross Water Rats

You'd think there were limits to the places he could take you. After all, his ideas are simple. He finds a kaleidoscopic guitar groove and shackles it to ferocious electro beats. Then he turns up the volume. Multiply that by six and you'd...

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Echoboy : Frances says the knife is alive

Echoboy : Frances says the knife is alive

So committed to the Krautrock campaign are the men and women of Mute that a recent memo circulated in their north London bunker instructed employees to grow their hair and, where possible, beards an incredible two-feet in length and to nurture...

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Echoboy : Scene 30

Echoboy : Scene 30

If indeed the post-Britpop '90s have their parallels in the post-punk '80s then we should be happy. While the mid-'90s pop detritus is happily ebbing away, an increasing number of oddballs and mavericks are emerging from the decade's wreckage. If...

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Echoboy

Echoboy

Babybird, we are floating in space. Navigating us through the pulsating cosmos is Richard Warren , known for the purposes of this mission as Echoboy , and the craft he pilots was owned once by Primal Scream . He sails this ship alone. The...

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