Mike Ink & Walker* ‎– Lovecore E.P.

2 × Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Orange Marbled Translucent


A1 Lovecore (She) 4:47
A2 Lovecore (He) 4:35
B Bewarehouse 12:10
C Church Of The Poison Mind 7:15
D Please Don't Goa 13:02



Translucent brownish orange vinyl.

There is also a Lovecore E.P. version with one record on blue vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A, etched): Struc-13-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B, etched): Struc-13-B
  • Matrix / Runout (C, etched): Struc-13-C
  • Matrix / Runout (D, etched): Struc-13-D

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struc-thirteen Mike Ink & Walker* Mike Ink & Walker* - Lovecore E.P.(2x12", EP, Red) Structure struc-thirteen Germany 1993 Sell This Version


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January 19, 2019

church of the poison mind - what an absolute banging sermon


November 3, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
One of the strongest Struc releases.
reminds me the most of Dr.W releases on Shark I & 2 or Analog16 e.g. which are all
whole side filling monotonic tracks in a lower bpm range. Much more groove packed in its soundstrains as in uptempo Acidtracks.


May 13, 2008
Growling, grungy Acid by those two veterans, and probably the most exciting (and abrasive) project Mike Ink has ever been involved with. Quite far-fetched from round kickdrums and glossy, sliding basslines, this is an all-out distorted assault on the senses. The hi-hats are typically Walker, and so is the monotony on several tracks. The eerie, melodic layer on Lovecore might be Mike Ink-like (it certainly is not Walker), but the muddiness and the accumulation of layers of sounds point more towards Martin Damm than Wolfgang. Rumour has it that one out of the two was going through relationship turbulences at the time and that it was the source of the title. Perhaps this could be why it sounds so unusual.
Lovecore (She) is the least interesting of the pack with a very clubby approach and an irritating, processed voice sample.
Lovecore (He) is very similar but meaner, hence more appealing.
Bewarehouse and especially Please Don't Goa are the muddiest. Stretching beyond reasonable timeframes, the latter is a thirteen-minute, monotonous Acid jam that rolls like the Crawling Chaos and, quite logically, takes its full meaning when played from beginning to end.
The most ferocious track is definitely Church Of The Poison Mind: venomous arrows shot straight through the heart, incarnated by a shower of extremely high-pitched Acid traits over another rolling, growling, armoured car of a 303. If it does not induce sudden Death, it might as well be the climax of a set.