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Vanishing Twin

Afternoon x

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Crafted with a playful balance of humour and rigour, with each member embracing the role of the multi-instrumentalist and process, over outcome, Vanishing Twin ...
Vanishing Twin

Ookii Gekkou (2022 repress)

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the mystery deepens on ‘ookii gekkou’ as t’twin’s mesmerising francophonic jazz-pop frolics drift in and out of smoke-drenched pools of ...
Vanishing Twin

Ookii Gekkou

Black LP in Gatefold Sleeve + Download - £21.99
The mystery deepens on ‘Ookii Gekkou’ as t’Twin’s mesmerising Francophonic jazz-pop frolics drift in and out of smoke-drenched pools of ...
Vanishing Twin

Choose Your Own Adventure

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the London ensemble's debut is an exploratory record that marries oblique English pop with a palette of arkestral sounds.

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work and non work

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Vinyl re-press of the 1997 album from Broadcast, which collects the singles the band released prior to signing to Warp.
The Age of Immunology
  1. KRK (At Home In Strange Places)
  2. Wise Children
  3. Cryonic Suspension May Save Your Life
  4. You Are Not An Island
  5. The Age of Immunology
  6. Magician’s Success
  7. Planète Sauvage
  8. Backstroke
  9. Invisible World
  10. Language Is A City (Let Me Out!)

Vanishing Twin

The Age of Immunology

  • limited indies only cream & black swirl picture disc lp + download

    Released: 7th Jun 2019

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  • lp + download

    Released: 7th Jun 2019

    out of stock

The psych quintet mask their heavenly notes of yearning behind a cosy shroud of lysergic-dipped gossamer pop.

Forging a sound that is both fresh and steeped in musical history is no easy task. Yet the multinational group have successfully mined a rich hauntological landscape to generate music that manages to appear eerily familiar whilst emblazoned with their own unique fingerprints. It’s indebted to a musical through-line that encompasses aspects of 1960’s Francophonic pop, psychedelia, krautrock, doused up vocals and a fat wedge of heaving grooves. Think Broadcast, Can, The United States of America, Stereolab, Death & Vanilla and Jane Weaver. But this still goes further than all of that. When it’s poppy, it’s infectiously hook-laden. When it’s digging into the frontal cortex, it’s burrowing deep, locking you in and swamping you with swirling atmospherics that transport to a place misremembered and homely. In short, it’s a trip.

"the album plays like a futuristic estate agent trying to pitch a life in an alien world" - Loud and Quiet