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9 thoughts on “ Derelict Bar - Leyland Kirby - Intrigue & Stuff (Vol. 4) (Vinyl) ”

  1. Jurg says:
    James Leyland Kirby returns with an uncompromising, poetic and unexpected 4th and final instalment of his long-dormant 'Intrigue & Stuff' series despatched from his new base in Krakow for his own History Always Favours The Winners label.
  2. Nall says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Leyland Kirby - Intrigue & Stuff (Volumes ) at Discogs. Complete your Leyland Kirby collection.5/5(2).
  3. Zubar says:
    Stream Intrigue & Stuff Vol.4, a playlist by Leyland Kirby from desktop or your mobile device. SoundCloud. Intrigue & Stuff Vol.4 by Leyland Kirby published on TZ. What then is 'Intrigue & Stuff'? Is it a comment by the late great Martin Hannett when describing Tony Wilson's Factory? Derelict Bar by Leyland Kirby.
  4. Fauzahn says:
    *All Four Volumes of Intrigue & Stuff: 19 tracks, over 2 hours long* Leyland Kirby finally closes out a series began in with the fourth instalment of 'Intrigue & Stuff'. The series has channelled some of the weirdest, most discomforting and downright essential music we've heard from Kirby - including barely legible renditions of New Beat, Acid, Concrete, emotive synth music and even a.
  5. Nijinn says:
    Review: Leyland Kirby has been doing his thing since the mid'downtetuhymisu.harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.co released almost all of his music on his own History Always Favours The Winners, we can safely say that he's a self-made man. This time, he comes through with the third chapter of the Intrigue & Stuff series, a corner of his label which has been dedicated to more synth-led concoctions of intricate experimentalism.
  6. Togar says:
    Profile: Multidisciplinary experimental musician and competitive darts player born in England on May 9, Active since , under a wide range of aliases, most notably V/Vm, The Caretaker, The Stranger, and this one, under which he has been releasing works since
  7. Vitaur says:
    Leyland Kirby a.k.a., The Caretaker draws to a close the long, difficult and peculiar project of analogising musically the onset of dementia. Derived as ever from those moth-eaten old ballroom samples, these last stages depict an unstoppable surrender to the advance of a barely differentiated sonic murk.
  8. Samushicage says:
    Contact. Boomkat Limited Second Floor, Swan Building 20 Swan Street Manchester M4 5JW United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) [email protected]o
  9. Kazragrel says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Leyland Kirby - Intrigue & Stuff (Vol. 1) at Discogs. Complete your Leyland Kirby collection.

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