The New London School Of Electronics* ‎– The Deepest Cut

Rising High Records ‎– RSN CD 19, Rising High Records ‎– RSN CD19
CD, Album


1 Air Check 2:31
2 The Queen And The Eclipse 5:00
3 Georgia 11:24
4 Mandella With The Golden Hair 12:03
5 Mistersorphine 5:00
6 Off 10:55
7 The Deepest Cut 13:05
8 Dream To Dawn 3:16

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Dedicated to the memory of Paul Lamb. RIP. Love Caspar.

Disc and inlay: RSN CD 19
Spine: RSN CD19

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 024900 001566
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5024900001566
  • Matrix / Runout: MAYKING RECORDS RSNCD19 10293361 01 %


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July 14, 2016

Caspar Pound and Lawrence Elliott-Potter's collaboration as The New London School of Electronics only produced one album, THE DEEPEST CUT, and if the opening twinkles of "Air Check" doesn't clue you in that you're able to get swept away in a wave of ambient music, nothing will. And, indeed, the gamelan of "The Queen and the Eclipse" hums with quiet intent, while "Georgia" leans much more on the electronics to accompany its initial plaintive piano melody. The meditative "Mandella With The Golden Hair" seems created to induce a zen trance (despite the occasional deep bass hits), while "Mistersorphine" kicks off with a wistful chanson sample, as the track itself comes and goes, as if blinking in and out of existence. "Off," on the other hand, stays presnt the whole time, throbbing in the prayerful darkness. The title track, after a major key intro, quickly switches into an urgent minor key melody that sets the tempo even when it disappears. The closer, "Dream to Dawn," returns to pure ambience in a swirling concoction. These cuts are deep indeed, and all the more gorgeous for their deepness.


March 17, 2013

One Word ----> "Georgia"