Heidi Lord ‎– English Electric

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WeMe028 Heidi Lord English Electric(2xLP, Album, Cle) WéMè Records WeMe028 Belgium 2014 Sell This Version
WeMe028 Heidi Lord English Electric(13xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 ) WéMè Records WeMe028 2014
WeMe028 Heidi Lord English Electric(2xLP, Album) WéMè Records WeMe028 Belgium 2014 Sell This Version
WeMe028 Heidi Lord English Electric(CD, Album) WéMè Records WeMe028 Belgium 2014 Sell This Version

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en_avant

en_avant

May 26, 2018
referencing English Electric, 2xLP, Album, Cle, WeMe028
i love this album. so much in there....
rest in peace
AphexTwinFans

AphexTwinFans

October 2, 2016
referencing English Electric, 2xLP, Album, WeMe028

Really interesting work, I really liked the use of vocals throughout the album. Some really haunting vibes going on too! Has the Jodey Kendrick stamp on it for sure. I believe it was Jodey's other half who was the main composer of the album but you never know when Jodey is involved. He likes to use aliases after all. Whoever is responsible for it did a damn good job anyway, great production standard! My only gripe with the LP version is that the artwork is pixelated on the sleeve which is a shame because the music is so lovely.
juho

juho

September 14, 2016
edited 10 months ago
referencing English Electric, 2xLP, Album, WeMe028

Very enjoyable. Comparing this to Selected Ambient Works 1 or 2 wouldn't be too far off. Apparently this is one of the label owner's favorites and the story behind it is a little saddening.

“I’m especially fond of Heidi’s release,” Frederic confides, whilst making his way to 
his record cabinet. “There’s a sad story behind 
it, one that I feel I have to share, because it’s a really important record for me. Heidi passed away from brain cancer last year. The purple mask you see on the album cover is the mask
 she had to wear during radiation sessions, in order not to be burned. The whole album is based on sounds she heard in those machines in the hospital.” The record didn’t sell at all, which saddens Frederic. “A little bit, because it’s really important that people listen to this record.”


From an interview with him at http://thewordmagazine.com/music/mais-ouais-the-baffling-story-of-the-brussels-based-label-unheard-of-to-local-audiences-save-for-the-enlightened-few-that-went-on-to-release-some-of-the-most-daring-electronic-music-to-be-found/