Various ‎– Marconi Point

Iris Light Records ‎– i-light 010CD
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Packaging: standard plastic jewel box case, clear tray, 4 page v-fold cover booklet.

Marconi Point is the first Iris Light Records compilation album and includes some of the most ingenious sonic manipulators recording today including tracks by artists in the Northumberland Triangle.

Marconi Point includes EXCLUSIVE tracks from such luminaries as Zoviet France, Rapoon, Muslimgauze, Marineville and Penumbra (Zoviet France side project). These artists release music on such labels as Soleilmoon, Staalplaat, Release/Relapse, Universal Egg (ZION TRAIN's own label) and Charrm.
With stunning artwork of Poldhu Point in Cornwall, the home of Iris Light Records and the place where Marconi transmitted the first long distance radio frequencies, this compilation will be an excellent introduction into some of the more esoteric music from Iris Light Records.
Penumbra and Ashfelt have both recorded full-length albums for Iris Light Records. Zoviet France will be releasing a collaboration album with AUBE on Iris Light Records sometime in the future.
Marconi Point is a benefit album for the Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh, and you can get a copy from ACE in person or by post.

This album is being dedicated to Bryn Jones - Muslimgauze - who died January 1999

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5038044101020
  • Matrix / Runout: LEMONMEDIA417 ZFS1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB03
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1L06



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April 25, 2012
Lucha - Ribnail. Let one man program a drum machine then leave the room for eleven minutes. Yes it is that good. Halfway through the repetitive industrial drum loops, the keys come in and take you away from the repetition into lucidity. Anyone know anything about Lucha? No artist info is given on Discogs. I'd like to think he made this track, then got back into his spaceship and flew somewhere warmer. Ace compilation of electronic esoterica from 1999, this was dedicated to Bryn Jones (Muslimgauze) and Martin Drysdale.