October’s Record Club: SOUNDS FROM BEYOND

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Glossop Record Club returns on Thursday 8th October for SOUNDS FROM BEYOND, an excursion into the experimental, exotic and esoteric. A joint effort between record club regular Gavin Hogg, Hi-Fi Choice writer Simon Berkovitch and yours truly (Simon G), we’ll take you on a journey through the outer reaches of music, encompassing film and TV soundtracks, early electronic and tape music, Tropicalia and Hauntology.

Expect to hear John Barry, Bernard Herrmann, Goblin, Basil Kirchin, Delia Derbyshire, John Cage, Luciano Berio, White Noise, Os Mutantes, Mordant Music, Pye Corner Audio and more.

Our featured album will be Broadcast‘s debut ‘The Noise Made By People‘, a perfect synthesis of all those things mentioned above. We’ll also include a few releases from the brilliant Ghost Box record lablel, a selection of Joe Meek sci-fi and death discs and a recording of garden gate that will blow your mind. Really.

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If you’ve ever listened to Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service or Stuart Maconie’s Freak Zone on BBC 6 Music, or The Séance with Pete Wiggs from Saint Etienne, then you might have some idea of what to expect. But if you still need a little more guidance, have a listen to this taster mix.

As always, there’ll be a chance to share records and stories, so if you have anything that you think fits the bill, bring it along.


Glossop Record Club’s SOUNDS FROM BEYOND
Thursday 8th October from 8pm
Glossop Labour Club, Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT
FREE ADMISSION


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