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by Bike

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    Packaged in a sturdy white paperboard jacket, with custom black text decals on the front and back cover and an in-house duplicated/printed white 5" recordable disc. Contains the disc-exclusive bonus track VLISS Ø5 (12:07).

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Vliss Ø1 02:32
Vliss Ø2 06:37
Vliss Ø3 07:07
Vliss Ø4 04:21


While the last two legs of the FACKS TRACS series are yet to be issued, Bike delivers a mentalist set of heavy techno trax built using only the Korg ER-1 drum machine. The ER-1 is a unique machine, in that it only utilizes raw waveforms to generate all of the sound it produces - more like an analog machine, in fact - rather than the more common rompler approach of other units from that time, which relied on digital sample libraries to provide a voice. As such, the ER-1 has been a polarizing unit among musicians - some people hated it, while others (yours truly) hold it in very high esteem. It sounds like no other machine, with the exception of perhaps a modular system that could be designed to function the same way. Loved or reviled, Bike puts the Korg robot through its paces, pushing it to breaking points via dual-routed feedbacking and copious amounts of motion sequencing that seem to overwhelm the machine at times. Minimal and maximal!


released June 9, 2018

W/P by Bike. Recorded live at White Pillar Workshop, Summer 2017. Mastered by The Analog Botanist. Design and text by ABM&D. This is Recycled Plastics number BC67, and 67th in the Bedroom Compost subcatalog. Breakthroughs in kinetic engineering provided by Korg.


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Bedroom Music For Electric Adults.

Demos: PO Box 292463, Kettering Ohio 45429 USA.

N.B. (April 2022) We are no longer accepting submissions at this time, and RP is currently on indefinite hiatus. Cheers.
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