Paranoid London – Arseholes, Liars, And Electronic Pioneers


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Format : 2LP
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Quinn Whalley、Gerardo Delgadoからなるロンドンを拠点に活動しているエレクトロ・アシッド・ユニットParanoid London。エディット・シリーズ『PLEDITS』でもよく知られている彼らの3作目となるフル・アルバムがリリースされました。ゲストを多数起用した今作の一曲目にはナントPrimal ScreamよりBobby Gillespieがヴォーカルで参加!そのリード・トラックを筆頭に、攻撃的でダークシンセウェーヴなA、B面に対し、C、D面には浮遊感のある女性ヴォーカルが印象的な、疾走感のあるacidナンバーも収録。アシッドを軸にしながら聴き込めるハイ・クオリティーなアルバムです。(ushiro/ Tecchu Co.,Ltd.)


A1. People (Ah Yeah) (with Bobby Gillespie)
A2. Love One Self (with Joe Love)
A3. Up Is Down (with DJ Genesis)
B1. Steal & Adapt (OR)
B2. Start To Fade (with Josh Caffe)
B3. Help
C1. Fields of Fire
D1. Touch The State of That (with Jennifer Touch)
D2. The Motion (with Mutado Pintado)



 Paranoid London, the electronic band of Gerardo Delgado and Quinn Whalley, has become synonymous with stripping acid house back down to its basics, rescuing the sound from smiley faces, rave, and sugary excess while paying respects to its gay, black, American roots. Performing mainly live with hardware only, often with vocal guests, as well as unique hybrid DJ sets, the duo has established a tongue in cheek, grumpy punk sound and attitude without taking it too seriously.

Following 2019’s latest album PL and a bunch of 12” singles and edits, their new long-player Arseholes, Liars, and Electronic Pioneers refers to the cavalcade of c***s we find ourselves surrounded by. Our only respite being the joy that musical geniuses bring. The cover artwork and gatefold of the vinyl reflect this with a collage-like poster including personalities of all kinds, from politicians and royalty to music legends. When we asked them to highlight key music pioneers from their picks, they mentioned American electro don Aldo Marin, British producer Andrea Parker and Post Punk band WIRE.

Inspired by early ‘90s British prog house on the likes of Sabres Of Paradise Records and Guerilla Records, the album presents a step up on their production while the anarchic attitude remains unaltered, unadulterated and undiluted.

In Quinn’s words: the album has a slightly more Hi-Fi sound than previous efforts, but retains the urgency and punk rock attitude that we're known for. It was tested over the summer, where it lit up festival stages at Glastonbury, Houghton, Love International, and many, many others.

As expected, PL has recruited a bunch of special guests on vocals including Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie, US house veteran Monica “DJ Genesis” Lockett, the novo-New Romantic/gothic, Jennifer Touch, and Joe Love, from Fat Dog, Brixton’s current ones-to-watch. As well, previous collaborators Josh Caffe and Mutado Pintado return for new recordings. All bring something unique to the party, while integrating perfectly with PL’s Fuck you! circuitry.

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