Chain D.L.K. – Chvad SB “Phenomenalism, Cartesian Doubt and Bomb #20” (2016)

Despite album artwork that seems to channel Heath Robinson, or Henrique Alvim CorrĂȘa’s HG Wells illustrations, sonically this experimental album is firmly routed in the 1950’s, citing the 1956 soundtrack to “Forbidden Planet” as an influence and sounding very akin to early BBC Radiophonic Workshop pieces.

The single 73-minute piece is programmed, in the sense […]

Chain D.L.K. – Chvad SB “Crickets Were the Compass” (2014)

The cover art of Crickets Were The Compass depicts beautifully in ink and watercolour a grainy, post-apocalyptic landscape strewn with grim, colourless debris. A solitary dog stands in the foreground, dolefully glancing about; after an unspecified disaster, life has inevitably found a way. As much is reinforced by brief elaborations upon each of the tracks’ […]