|Title:||Rook To TN34|
|2||Britain’s Got Talon||1:56|
|4||Dot To Dot Detritus||3:35|
|5||Slag Heap Snow Angels||4:25|
|7||Hello, Mordant Music||2:50|
|8||People Are (So Fucking) People||6:52|
|9||Nostalgia for Early Plugins||3:20|
|11||Less Trap More Clap||3:45|
|12||Gloomy Leper Techno||3:29|
|14||Ancient Weather Riffs||3:57|
Clear tape with blue spools in full colour slipcase.
B-side contains an unlisted lo-fi live set from the Cube, Bristol (07-06-13).
Rook to TN34 by eMMplekz, released 04 March 2016 1. Britain's Got Talon 2. Guetta Life 3. MeMbrane 4. Less Trap More Clap 5. Gloomy Leper Techno 6. Ancient Weather Riffs 7. Slag Heap Snow Angels 8. Hello, Mordant Music 9. Nostalgia for Early Plugins 10. Dot to Dot Detritus 11. People Are So Fucking People 12. CLEAR YELLOW ONLY - Initial clearblue copies contain a bonus lo-fi live set from the Cube, Bristol 07-06-13 first come, first served. there are also literally a handful of pinkorange shells regular album only - please specify if you would like either of these versions. the remaining clearyellow copies regular album only will be availed. Ekoplekz & Baron Mordant spew up a third album of slipshod rhyMes and disintergrating said - the wrest is embedded in ferrous carriers that put. Release Date 2016-03-11. Label Mordant Music. Listen free to eMMplekz Rook To TN34 eMMplekz Theme, DelvSolvHalv and more. 50 tracks 199:41. Album 2016 13 Songs. Rook to TN34. Electronica 2016. Or consider a donation Become a Donor Donor badge, no ads more benefits. riferendosi a Rook To TN34, Cass, Album, Ltd, Blu, MM083. There is no love lost between social media celebrity and eMMplekz on their third record, an outing which finds Baron Mordant caustically appraising both digital incursion and the dehumanized state of those who habitually use it. He's not happy with what he sees I&. Mordant Music. In Mordants own inimitable words Ekoplekz & Baron Mordant spew up a third album of slipshod rhyMes and disintergrating chiMeseMMplekz. In Mordants own inimitable words Ekoplekz & Baron Mordant spew up a third album of slipshod rhyMes and disintergrating chiMes Ekos electronics writhe and gurgle and rock, The Baron meanwhile spits dazzling punning surreal reflections on PoundShop Britain - a GCHQ, CCTV state of miserable affairs. While Mark E Smith continues his slow descent into wine-induced irrelevance with another Fall album The Baron is surely his successor. Track titles should give a nod to where this action is at. Incredible, best yet Emmplekz transmission. Read More. Digital Track List. More or less everything these days can be traced back to a one-bedroom flat in Godalming, Baron Mordant intones mysteriously at the outset of 'Britain's Got Talon', the opening track on Rook To TN34, his second full album in tandem with Ekoplekz's Nick Edwards. As on their masterful debut, Your Crate Has Changed, the duo knit together Mordant's often cryptic, frequently sombre, occasionally scary and sometimes hilarious lyrics, ones that eviscerate modern British life even as they draw its portrait in vivid hues, with Edwards' mutated, sickly mélange o