Seafeel, a pioneer of electronic and acoustic bands that had a great influence on the birth of "post-rock", announced a recurrence campaign covering the sound sources released by and in the mid 90's! The hard-to-find studio albums "Succour" and "(Ch-Vox)" summarize the expanded version with bonus tracks, the EP collection "St / Fr / Sp", and the sound sources from 1994 to 1996. The 4-disc CD box set "Rupt & Flex" has been released at once!
All works include previously unreleased bonus recordings, and all songs have been remastered from the original DAT tape by Stefan Betke, the genius of acoustic techno. It also includes the latest artwork by The Designers Republic (Updated version of Succour) and liner notes by Seafeel members Mark Clifford and Sarah Peacock.
They got a lot of attention with their debut album "Quique" from , and signed with in 1994. Initially, it was described as being associated with Shoegaze sounds such as My Bloody Valentine, Ride, and Slowdive, but due to the devotion to electronic sounds and the style that makes full use of samplers, IDM sounds gained momentum. The relevance of is also talked about. Aphex Twin, who was a big fan of texture, provided a remix of the early track "Time To Find Me" and signed a contract with his own label , further strengthening that image. ..
Steve Beckett, the founder of , talks about how he signed a contract with after the success of his 1st album "Quique". "Seefeel was the first guitar band signed by Warp ... they were older in the family (called Warp) and should be a pure dance label (it). It was courageous to sign us because we were criticized for breaking the unwritten rules. "
After hearing Seafeel's first EP, Robin Guthrie invited Mark Clifford to the Cocteau Twins studio, and soon after, accompanied Seafeel on a Cocteau Twins tour. Mark later remixed four songs for the Cocteau Twins (included in the EP "Otherness") and helped bring their music to new listeners.
The 2nd album "Succour" released from in March 1995 was released the previous year in pursuit of a more rhythmic and semi-industrial texture, away from the melodic and guitar-led sound of the 1st album. It was released following two EP works "Starethrough" and "Fracture / Tied". The six-track mini-album "(Ch-Vox)" released on Rephlex in 1996 shows a more experimental direction, with most of the songs produced by Mark Clifford alone. It has become. The work also inspired him to later release on Warp under the names Woodenspoon and Disjecta.
The band ceased activity in 1997, but was triggered by a live performance at Warp 20 (a new lineup with DJ Scotch Egg and former Boredoms drummer Kazuhisa Iida) to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Warp's founding in 2010. Has released a self-titled album again from .
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