Doric ‎– Sleep Of Reason

Peripheral Minimal ‎– PM17
Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mini-Album, Limited Edition


Asleep Side
A1 Doric Over My Dreams 3:25
A2 Doric Head Against The Wall 4:00
A3 Doric Sleep Of Reason 3:39
Awaken Side
B1 Doric, Nick Paschalidis Exposing Vanity 3:39
B2 Doric, Nick Paschalidis Life In Reverse 3:38
B3 Doric, Valisia Odell Poets' Land 4:04



Limited edition of 300 copies with printed inner sleeve,including lyrics.



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July 7, 2016

Another release we’ve been finding ourselves smitten with of late are the doric cuts featured on an essential 10 inch set heading out of Bristol’s peripheral minimal. The set entitled ‘sleep of reason’ features six tracks of sublime vintage thawed from a cold wave age, only 300 of these babies, which if there were any justice in this land would be guaranteed to fly off the presses in nanoseconds. A release that ought principally, to appeal to those of you, much adoring of the bleakly opaque cold war / wave signature sounds of the late 70’s and 80’s, much like those say venturing out of the polytechnic youth and weird imprint sound houses, we here finding ourselves much taken by ‘poets land’ – a collaboration with Valisia Odell – that flies, as were, into the very heart of Foxx’s icily dystopian ‘metamatic’ to find itself cast among a high tension wiring panic stricken landscape of senses heightening siren hums and paranoiac frostiness and isolationism. ‘sleep of reason’ on the other hand is pure classic era groove teasingly extrapolated from lost moments of a youthful Some Bizarre / Mute back catalogue, a distress echo from a forgotten age daubed in an edgy shadow gouged backdrop of a future gazing post war post punk European landscapes graved in detachment. - Marklosingtoday