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Carrier

CARRIER is a Clan Analogue member who recorded “The Foley Artists“ at home on a 4 track.
This may not be terribly amazing if it was just a cut and …

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11 May 2010     Artists         2 comments
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CMI

Versus Overwhelming Conformist Tendencies
CMI is the solo project for Mark Ireland of Carrier.
RELEASES ON CLAN ANALOGUE RECORDINGS
CA042A: Aeriae | Nurse 2 Alyssa Type
CA002: Clan Analogue EP 2 | Various Artists
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4 June 2013     Artists         No comments
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CA038D: Re Cognition: The Clan Analogue Video Collection

As part of the new three-disc set Re Cognition: The Clan Analogue Legacy Collection, Clan Analogue have produced a limited-edition companion DVD, containing 29 filmclips, the new documentary Clan Analogue: …

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18 May 2010     Releases         No comments
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CALG101: 101 Lock Grooves | 28 Artists

A super-rare vinyl-only release containing 101 Lock Grooves. Just the thing for those long sets next time you’re DJing at a techno party! Compiled by Null Object.
Locked grooves …

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6 April 2010     Releases         No comments
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CA014: Cognition: A Collection of Twisted Grooves and Reconstructed Beats | Various Artists

Clan Analogue hit the funk with this double album dancefloor extravaganza. As well as producing Clan Analogue’s first bona fide radio hit in B(if)tek’s ‘Bedrock’, this release contained many …

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1 April 2010     Releases         No comments
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Clan Analogue History: The Middle Years

THE MIDDLE YEARS (1997-2002)
Events of Note
1997
. Supported Terence McKenna at Transdimensional Vehicle, Sydney University Live acts on the night were SuperCute, Dark Network with B(if)tek and Genlevel, Dormative Hypothesis …

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29 March 2010     About         No comments