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Displacer issues ‘Curse of the black vinyl’ on vinyl – order now

May 30,2016

Displacer issues'Curse of the black vinyl' on vinyl

In 2013 Michael Morton AKA Displacer released the EP “Curse of the Black Lotus” on his own on cd-r. The original release held four tracks completed with a remix. Available now in pre-order is the continuation of this release: “Curse of the Black Vinyl”. As the title says, this album comes on vinyl and can be ordered right now.

“Curse of the Black Vinyl” holds 3 exclusive Displacer tracks: “Freefall”, “Unbreakable” and the overdub mix of “I’ll be Bach” which showcases vocalist Teslee Snipes and Keef Baker on bass. Furthermore, “Curse of the Black Vinyl” presents 4 remixes by french artist Hologram_, american breakbeat / abstract musician DJ Swamp, Jonah K(amphorst) from Canada, and Meat Beat Manifesto mastermind Jack Dangers.

Included also is a download code. Here’s a teaser already…



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