THE DELAWARE ROAD

by VARIOUS ARTISTS - SOUNDTRACK

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    Various artists. Illusory motion picture soundtrack in full colour, burning tape reel & oscillator gatefold wallet. Designed by Rob Crespo & Alan Gubby.

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London. 1968. Two pioneering electronic musicians discover a set of unusual recordings which leads to a revelation about their employer. Fascinated by the seemingly occult nature of the tapes they conduct a ritual that will alter their lives forever.

The Delaware Road is an occult conspiracy thriller & an audio-visual treat for fans of archived electronica, far out jazz & haunted folk grooves chronicling the musician's obsession with sound, sex & magic.

Conceived & written by Alan Gubby (producer of “John Baker: The Vendetta Tapes” & ‘The John Baker Tapes’ , co-producer of Delia Derbyshire's Moogies Bloogies + Circle Of Light releases on Trunk Records). With additional dialogue by spoken word artist Dolly Dolly and musical contributions from an array of artists working within the British electronic, tape, jazz, folk & prog world.

“highly recommended” Richard Littler, Scarfolk

“vintage synths, solarized landscapes, Morris dancers & electronics”
DJ Food, Shindig! Magazine.

In DJ Food's Best 20 Albums of 2015

“masterful sonic manipulations cast against a series of imaginative compositions” Santé Sangre

“electronica, jazz from the dark side of the moon & gothic folk grooves” Normans Records

“calling up the electric spirits of the 70's, moving from synthesised ecstasy to mystic knowing to utter joy with each track”
Chris Lambert, Music For Zombies

“can’t stop listening – a weird & wonderful mix of library music & radiophonic funk” Polypores

“Recommended listening” The Active Listener

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released October 17, 2015

BUTR9 conceived & compiled by Alan Gubby
Buried Treasure 2015 all rights reserved

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