Sunday, November 18, 2012

Jeremy Saunders: Lynched

It appears to me a very special energy combination when a special artist tries to make a tribute to a very special artist. It's important for me to see how the artist gets the tributed artist's essence and how that's reflected and offered to the rest of the mortals.

In this case, Jeremy Saunders, has made an amazing capture in my opinion. He's released a book with designs inspired by the full-length works of David Lynch, including two additional designs created especially for this pack: Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Dune, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Industrial Symphony #1, Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Lost Highway, The Straight Story, Mulholland Dr., and Inland Empire.

This edition is limited to only 100 copies worldwide and each is numbered and signed by the artist.

Great piece for collectionists.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

BMB are back: Where Pail Limbs Lie

We all were waiting for this news from the first moment we heard this two techno legends decided to close their common project back in 2006, initially, in a deffinitive way. It was at the end of summer, when even the most stubborn had started to admit we could not see another release signed by BMB, that they announced they were working in some new stuff. Great news!

BMB's new single is titled "Where Pail Limbs Lie" and has been released by Mute's sub-label, Liberation Technologies. This two track EP proofs this duo maintain their own essence when working together. I love to see BMB's sound is back for all the techno heads, and I feel this is like some important part of techno history.