Three tracks on DJ friendly vinyl. Dubby organic flow and slowed down drum’n’bass are backdrop for skilled vocal samples and organic textures.
Old school EBM feel mixed with their electronica sensibilities on the Shadowblack album.
Limited Edition 12″ vinyl
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PaPERHOUsE began where Click Click left off; a catalogue of work
beginning in the late 80’s with Run me Down and ending in the late 90’s
A great deal of work created by Click Click never saw the light of day, most of it being too abstract or pseudo commercial for the bands purposes. That music lay untouched for years before its merits were reassessed for inclusion in the PaPERHOUsE project. Work began in 1989 after a confusing time in Switzerland took the life out of Click Click. The Department Of Polyrhythmic Experimentation (D.O.P.E.) began assembling the contents of the vaults in 1991 and the first recordings, a tape entitled Disintegration, came out in 1994 (Not Enough Memory).
Several more tapes were finished throughout the 90’s before Click Click reformed in 97 to produce ‘Shadowblack‘. Work resumed with PaPERHOUsE shortly thereafter and the CD Bug Sun was finally released in 2000. Sappho followed a year later and new work is on the way.
Another offshoot from Click Click, The Big Eye collected the talents of Derek E. Smith, Graham Stronach and Stephen ‘Spon‘ Teague and put them together as a dance music collective. They released two 12″ singles and one album for Hydrogen Dukebox Records. Graham went on to form Potent but has since turned his back on music. Potent, though, live on.
The Enormous Silence: DUKE 016 (12″ 4 track)
Digital Outback/Fair, Moving Fast/Beyond the Darkness: DUKE 024 (12″ 3 track)
The Hidden Core: DUKE 027CD (Album)
If you like your music hard, loud and fast…THE BIG EYE!