Darkstar (6) ‎– News From Nowhere

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Warp Records ‎– WARPCD225
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Tracklist

1 Light Body Clock Starter 2:57
2 Timeaway 3:22
3 Armonica 3:42
4 - 2:45
5 A Day's Pay For A Day's Work 3:50
6 Young Heart's 2:57
7 Amplified Ease 4:48
8 You Don't Need A Weatherman 5:17
9 Bed Music - North View 3:41
10 Hold Me Down 7:18

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Cardboard sleeve into a cardboard sleeve + booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 801061 022525
  • Barcode (Scanned): 801061022525
  • Matrix / Runout: CA WARPCD225 @@
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1262

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WARP LP 225 Darkstar (6) News From Nowhere(2x12", Album) Warp Records WARP LP 225 UK 2013 Sell This Version
WARPCD225RT, WARPCD225 Darkstar (6) News From Nowhere(2xCD, Album) Warp Records, Warp Records WARPCD225RT, WARPCD225 UK 2013 Sell This Version
BRC-360LTD Darkstar (6) News From Nowhere(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-360LTD Japan 2013 Sell This Version
BRC-360LTD, none Darkstar (6) News From Nowhere(CD, Album + CDr, Mixed, Promo) Beat Records, Beat Records BRC-360LTD, none Japan 2013 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 7, 2015

Darkstar makes the leap from Hyperdub to Warp (although it's really more of a lateral move, since they're both great labels) for their second album, NEWS FROM NOWHERE. The album opens with the dreamy "Light Body Clock Starter" before segueing into the gentle "Timeaway," which adds a touch steel pan drum. The quiet "A Day's Pay For A Day's Work" shows off their work with simplicity, as well. The sadness that infused their album is in shorter supply here, though that's not to say that this album is any less emotive. Instead, this album conjures more feelings of wistfulness, even with the marching carousel of "Amplified Ease" or the jauntiness of "You Don't Need A Weatherman." The twinkling of "Hold Me Down" takes the album out on an almost blissful note, showing how Darkstar might not be all the dark after all.