Artist: The Emperor Machine
Title: Vertical Tones & Horizontal Noise Part 1
Label: DC Recordings (UK)
Cat. No: DC59
Format: 12"
Release Date: 6 June 2005

A: Yes No Egg
B: Front Man (Version Idjut - Girthius Maximus)

The debut Emperor Machine album "Aimee Tallulah Is Hypnotised" (DC56LP/CD) was released on DC Recordings in October 2004. The increasingly prolific Andy Meechham now makes a swift return following an Emperor Machine remix of Markus Kienzl's "Dundy Lion" (Klein Records) with "Vertical Tones & Horizontal Noise Part 1", the first installment of a two 12" set.

Diving deeper into the Alpha Centauri disco boom with "Yes No Egg" Meecham makes use of his childhood recorder and prized synth collection as heavy drum & percussion rhythms collide with a jerky live bass line and an unearthly assortment of sound effects. On the flip side the Idjut Boys step up with a 13-minute mutation of "Front Man", re-editing and remixing the original into a psychedelic percussion-drenched dub disco epic.

"Vertical Tones & Horizontal Noise Part 2" (DC61) is also due for release on DC Recordings on the 06.06.05 and features two new tracks, "Tropical Waste" and "Roller Daddy".

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