Szare ‎– Lost Shapes; Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones

Frozen Border ‎– FBLP 02
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
CD, Mixed
All Media, Album, Limited Edition


Lost Shapes
A1 Weird Sister
A2 Swarm
B Meet You
C1 Belt Of Rule
C2 Leaden Sky
D Knives Of Sinai
Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones
1 Small Pieces Of It Were Scattered Across The Mountainside 8:11
2 They Carried It Back From Recife To Frankfurt By Zeppelin 3:44
3 The Miners Told Nobody Of Their Discovery 3:04
4 Leather Bags Full Of Dollars Were Transported Overnight 4:04
5 The King Himself Was Said To Have Taken An Interest 4:26
6 Radio Silence In Buenos Aires Did Not Allay Fears Of A Cover Up 3:45
7 What Did Kerin Mannesmann Know? 3:45
8 Hastily Arranged Meetings Contrived An Absurd Plan 6:23
9 But Anarchist Spies Had Their Ears In The Room 2:02
10 It Was Sent To A Vault In Zürich And Has Not Been Seen Since 1945 10:01
11 Some Say It Was Airlifted To Alexandria And Buried In The Catacombs 5:45
12 Others Claim It Was An Hoax, Or Doubt It Ever Existed 3:35
13 Meanwhile, On The Mountainside, A Copper Flame Burns 4:51

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Includes an A3-sized Frozen Border poster. Limited to 500 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MATT @ ALCHEMY FBLP 02 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): FBLP 02 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MATT @ ALCHEMY FBLP 02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): FBLP 02 D1


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January 1, 2016

One of the the best electronic albums released in recent years. A wonderful hybrid offering from Szare, which incorporates elements from techno, drum and bass and bass music to create a truly original sound. The vinyl is worth the price alone. 5 out of 5.


December 8, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

It's easy to become jaded and disenchanted the deeper you dig into a particular genre, in this case techno. A common complaint which I have against the genre is that the album format is rarely used to its fullest potential. Producers tend to just dump similarly-styled productions in sequence without reflecting on its cohesion, flow or story-telling (as pretentious as it may sound) and then just slap a fancy title on the "compilation". It's for this particular reason I considered SHXCXCHCXSH's "Linear S Decoded" the best album of 2014 when I first heard it, and one of the better techno albums in a very long time. But after recently discovering this offering from Szare, I just might have to reconsider.

This is the very definition of a complete package; you get two vinyls full of technoid-bass hybrids with enough synergetic qualities to be considered an excellent mini-album in itself. But then there's the included CD which manages to be even more surprising. Structured as a lengthy and continuous live mix, the tracks contained within effortlessly draw inspiration from techno, bass, house and tribal and deliver something that's not commonly heard within this genre. I cannot recall a recent release that so perfectly checks off everything I have been looking for in a full-lengther. That being said, I couldn't be more happy for discovering "Lost Shapes; Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones". It didn't quite make it onto my 2014 list in time, but I guess better late than never!


November 30, 2015

This is a masterpiece! Especially the CD included. I don't get, why only a few people have this album!