Warp

Artist:Clark
Title:Totems Flare
Label:Warp
Warp rising star Clark's breakneck breakthrough new album. Chris Clark unleashes his boldest album yet, a mesh of breakneck dance music, baroque melodics and driving techno. It's also the first album to feature Chris' vocals. The album was preceded by the 'Growls Garden' EP, which was released in March to critical acclaim, and fans appetites have been whetted with the title track from that EP, which was given away free and is also on the album.
Artist:Prefuse 73
Title:The Forest Of Oversensitivity
Label:Warp
Prefuse 73 (aka Guillermo Scott Herren) is one of the most renowned producers around today. This EP follows his critically acclaimed album 'Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian', and contains three brand new tracks, as well as two radical reworkings of tracks from his album. Limited to 300 copies on vinyl this is one to get hold of quickly.
Artist:Boards Of Canada
Title:Trans Canada Highway EP
Label:Warp
Trans Canada Highway by Boards of Canada was released on May 29, 2006 by Warp Records. According to Boards of Canada's official site, the EP was originally scheduled for release on June 6, 2006 (that date being written numerically as 6/6/06, harking back to their use of the number 666 on the album Geogaddi). www.warprecords.com/666
Artist:Boards Of Canada
Title:Music Has The Right To Children
Label:Warp
Music Has the Right to Children is given a re-release by Warp/Skam! Originally released in 1998 the Scottish duo utilize field recordings and intense sound manipulation to create their unique sound. It is arguably their most critically acclaimed album and is a must for everybody's collection. The re-release come with the bonus track "Happy Cycling" which was originally featured on the Peel Session release. A timeless album.
Artist:Aphex Twin
Title:Selected Ambient Works Vol II
Label:Warp
This ambient double album by Richard D. James under his Aphex Twin moniker, was originally released in 1994. It is a follow-up to 1992's Selected Ambient Works 85-92. Volume II differs significantly from the first volume in the series, in that the first volume is mostly beat-oriented, with complex instrumental rhythmic patterns and heavy bass frequencies. In contrast to the fast, club-inspired ambient music of its predecessor, Volume II consists of slow, moody pieces. Richard D. James has stated in interviews that the sounds in this music were inspired by lucid dreams, and that upon awaking, he would attempt to re-create the sounds and record them. He claimed that he has natural synaesthesia, which contributed to this album.
Artist:Clark
Title:Growls Garden
Label:Warp
Chris Clark returns with six brand new tracks of powerful, atmospheric electronic music. This maritime themed album with its Nordic sea town titles conjures up images of crashing waves and men battling against the elements. Tracks that reflect the steely silver of Berlin, where Chris wrote the material, sample the sounds of boots treading on snow and rocks roughly thrown together to form the urgent basslines that run throughout. The lead track 'Growls Garden' features haunting vocals from Chris himself. This vinyl is limited to 300 copies only!
Artist:Squarepusher
Title:Numbers Lucent
Label:Warp
Squarepusher follows his acclaimed album 'Just a Souvenir' with a frantic, beat-driven six track EP. This EP is a harder, beat-driven, dance-based collection than the album - one for the forward thinking dancefloor!
Artist:Squarepusher
Title:Just A Souvenir
Label:Warp
With his twelfth album, Tom Jenkinson takes even a further departure from his staple Squarepuher sound of broken beats atop slapped bass and twisted triggers of the Amen Break. Warp's own store, Warpmart, categorizes the album as "Drum and Bass / Breakcore / Electronica", but nothing could be further from the truth! (kind of misleading actually). Just A Souvenir is more in the realms of experimental rock and future jazz, with a touch of electronic treatment and a few very tasteful drills, where Jenkinson continues evolving (as a true musician should) in his experimentation with abstract accompaniment of acoustic instruments (mostly his custom built 6 string bass guitar once again) and drums that effortlessly morph between organic and digital. With Just A Souvenir, Jenkinson introduces an element of early garage rock, with vocoder and all, and reminds us once again of his amazing instrumentalist skills.