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Artist: OROURKE, JIM
Title: Old News #5
Format: Double LP
Label: Old News
Country: Austria
Price: $26.00
"Introducing a nearly regular series of vinyl albums documenting analog synth and tape works (both studio and live) from the depths of Jim ORourkes archive, spanning a near quarter century of active duty in the field. Old News #5 kicks off with "Pedal And Pedal," a refined beauty of a live set at Tokyos Super Deluxe, to only be followed by a massive blast from the past in the shape of the monstrous "Detain The Man To Whom," recorded in 1992. Record two delivers the genuine weirdness of studio session "Its Not His Room Anymore," backed by the ripping "Mother And Who," which is an alternate version of what would become ORourkes live set at the 2003 All Tomorrows Parties Festival in the UK. Available only in this format." -Old News
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Artist: OROURKE, JIM
Title: Old News #6
Format: Double LP
Label: Old News
Country: Austria
Price: $29.00
"Hot on the heels of Jim ORourkes Old News #5 comes #6, a new 70+ minute electronic piece split over four sides. Two years in the making, "All Thats Cold Is New Again" was partly commissioned by Christian Zanesi for GRMs Présences Électronique Festival in Paris. An intense and rewarding listen, rich in detail and full of some classic ORourke hooks and turns, which he has masterfully developed over the last two decades." -Old News

Artist: OROURKE, JIM
Title: Old News #7
Format: Double LP
Label: Old News
Country: Austria
Price: $29.00
"More archival works from Jim ORourke see the light of day on Old News #7. Side one and two were recorded circa 96-97 at the Steamroom, Chicago. Side three was recorded live in Nagoya at Tokuzo, April 2011. Thanks to Carlos Giffoni. Side four recorded during 93-94 and originally released on These Records. Thanks to Andrew & Howard Jacques. "Welcome To The Django" is a 2-sided mid-90s excursion of ORoukes first experiments with a Serge Modular System. "Natural Born Killers" is a recent live jam recorded in Nagoya. "Tacere Fas" is legendary early 90s piece, finally available again, originally appearing on the compilation Unentitled, released by These Records in 1994. Available only in this format." -Old News.

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