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ZOVIET FRANCE - Further Collusion

Format: do-LP
Label & Cat.Number: VOD Records VOD165.16-17
Release Year: 2020
Note: after "Collusion" (1992), this is the second collection of rare & deleted compilation material, spanning a period from 1992 - 1996 with 11 pieces, many of them for the first time on vinyl..."Crushing drone, wispy ambience, mind-boggling sonic collage and experimental concrete can all be found here, but the overall listening experience remains awe-inspiring throughout." [Bleep] - lim. 300 'stand-alone' copies outside of the Chasse 2 box
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"First vinyl edition of a new 1hr40min compilation of ZFs hard-to-find compilation cuts, pursuing the model of 1992s Collusion with work spanning nearly a decade, arriving as part of Vinyl-On-Demands comprehensive reissue programme.

Further Collusion looks down lesser heard ginnels and hidden ravines of Zoviet Frances singular, textured ambient noise with a range of obscure cuts sequenced into an inimitable trip. Inspired by their native North East English regional landscape of rural wilds and post-industrial waste, they using a patented, encrypted palette of loops and FX to conjure sounds and sensations that describe the natural world and may well induce deeply uncanny, hypnagogic states of mind with certain listeners." [Boomkat]


"Like its predecessor Collusion (1992), Further Collusion is a record which brings together tracks that Zoviet France have contributed to various compilations down the years. The Tyneside post-industrial pioneers have long been feted for their unique approach to making music for compilations - rather than simply offering up a single piece, the outfit often actively involve the compiler in the creation of the music. It is an approach which makes Further Collusion both an LP which demonstrates the many different facets of the Zoviet France sound and also reminds one of how wide the projects net is cast. Crushing drone, wispy ambience, mind-boggling sonic collage and experimental concrete can all be found here, but the overall listening experience remains awe-inspiring throughout." [Bleep]