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Tag Archives: Ed Handley

Repeat – Tomorrows People

Another slice of deep, ambient Techno from the quartet of Ed Handley, Andy Turner, Dave Hill, and Mark Broom. A slice of electronic beauty.

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Repeat – Lilt-A

Mark Broom, Dave Hill, and the duo of Ed Handley and Andy Turner (Of The Black Dog and Plaid fame) got together and formed a kind of UK Techno supergroup that produced a handful of singles and EP’s, and one album. The album was called ‘Repeats’ (1995), and the act was called Repeat. Their material wasn’t banging Dancefloor fodder, but rather slotted in alongside the discrete, Detroit influenced work of the aforementioned Black Dog. Just no one mention IDM.

Balil – Island

Balil was one third of The Black Dog, and is half of Plaid.
The “Parasight EP” from 1994 was a great release, and the last track ‘Island’, is the one that really stands out.
A true work of beauty that hasn’t really dated. Warped Detroit style strings and steelpan’s make for an amazing tune that really pulls on the heartstrings.
A true classic.

Laurence Johns

Curator of Counter-Culture, Personal Development Consultant & Writer

Bubblegum Cage III

UK Post-Rock, Laptop Electronica, '90s Rap

atomicbark

Sci-Fi Radio Series...

Fractal Meat

Processes & Experiments /// Radio show on NTS /// Short-run tape label

Graham Dunning

Art | Music | Education

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sound and art resource for irr. app. (ext.) and related projects

K R A U T L A N D S

"You made a believer out o'me"