WOO – “Whichever Way…” | Folktronica | Emotional Rescue

Monday, July 8th, 2013

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Pre-orders are now open for Emotional Rescue‘s forthcoming release of Woo‘s Whichever Way You Are Going You Are Going WrongThe electro-acoustic duo consists of brothers Mark and Clive Ives. Woo is hard to categorize, their personal folktronica is the result of Mark’s melodic guitar, clavinet, bass and vocals running through Clive’s array of synthesizers, filters and effects, creating something unique and sadly still. Described as sounding like the music the Durutti Column would of made with Penguin Cafe Orchestra if produced by Brian Eno, Woo have recorded over 1,500 tracks, however here for the first time is the remastered reissue of their cult and cryptically titled debut album.

With percussion that echoes elements of Kosmiche’s rolling rhythms, the subtle and often brooding textures and moods hint at fully formed songs that are in reality a series of instrumental vignettes which together create a cinematic whole. More than simple ambient minimalism, the liquid sounds seep in to your brain to offer a particular take of the English new age meditative mindset – the green and pleasant land maybe but with a twist of darkness not expected across 13 laconic pieces.

Limited to 500 copies, the 1st press will feature a screen printed sleeve  in two options, plus a paper insert. Pre-order your copy of Woo’s Whichever Way.. at Light InTheAttic.net

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2 Responses to “WOO – “Whichever Way…” | Folktronica | Emotional Rescue”

  1. Eric says:

    Dibs.

  2. FRANCESCO URBINATI says:

    hi I want to know how much is the shipping fees in the case of the vinyl I bought woo ‘Whichever Way’ on your website that you sell for $ 20, I live in Italy in the province of Rimini … see you soon

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