We're excited to bring you a brilliant second EP from BUNKR, available now on bandcamp and all other streaming and digital platforms.
Also for sale on bandcamp are limited edition prints of the beautiful Magictorch artwork.
BUNKR : Limited Edition Artwork Prints
Magictorch's fantastic cover art printed on 32cm x 32cm Hahnemühle smooth fine art paper. Numbered and signed by the artist, limited edition of 10 and unframed. Visit bandcamp to buy.
BUNKR : Appl Skies EP
Operating somewhere east of Eden on the hazy peripherals of ‘dance’ music BUNKR enslaves dust-coated synthesizers, dilapidated drum machines and rusted FX boxes to craft 4/4 tunes for its impatient overlords. Utilizing the familiar concepts and components of techno, electronica and ambient, BUNKR goes about its business sculpting a unique hybrid designed for headphones and discotheques alike.
"Lovely lush EP" - Sister Bliss
"Brilliant, beautifully produced timeless music and killer artwork as well" - Nick Warren
"Sequins and Sequencers is pretty epic" - James Zabiela
Echaskech : Twich EP
“Twich EP” features a set of heavier dance floor ready slow burners.
Driving synths snake across Emperor’s New Clones whilst rolling bass meets abstract techno experimentation in Broken Space.
Twich builds a gradual coalescence of spatial sonics and punchy synth work into an epic conclusion whilst EP closer Bitter Mask takes things down a few notches into classic Echaskech melodic ambient territory.
You remember Tomorrow's World right? The BBC TV show that looked to predict the future with classic moments such as an appearance by Kraftwerk in 1975 and this even earlier clip introducing the Moog modular synth?
Well, our good friend Dave Dodd has been slaving away to produce a fantastic set of BBC podcasts around Tomorrow's World and what our future now might look like. The first two are about brain / machine interfacing, Elon Musk's neural lace and morphing our own intellect with AI.
Presented by Britt Wray and Ellie Cosgrave, the shows feature loads of nifty binaural sound design and also lots of music by Andy from Echaskech. Best listened to on a good pair of headphones - follow the links below for an immersive experience into the future of science.