L.A.M. & Glass Domain reissues on Clone Aqualung
Clone via their Drexciya related sub-label, Clone Aqualung, will be reissuing the L.A.M. (Life After Mutation) Balance of Terror 12" (1992) and Glass Domain's s/t 12" (1991) at some point in the near future. Both releases are currently listed as upcoming on their website (L.A.M. and Glass Domain). L.A.M. (new label artwork above) was the first work together of James Stinson and Gerald Donald and originally came out on Robert Hood's Hardwax label. Glass Domain was the first production of Gerald Donald aka Heinrich Mueller, which he released on his own Pornophonic Sound Disc Label. Both of these key early releases have already been reissued once already by Clone in 2003 but since then have become scarce all over again. I have previously written articles detailing both the L.A.M. and Glass Domain releases.
It looks like the long flagged vinyl release of Zwischenwelt's Paranormale Aktivitat on Clone Aqualung is also getting closer with a release date of 18th July, although one online retailer is saying 30th June is when it will be ready to ship.
Arpanent will be playing live at a very special event, 25 years of Tresor at the Tresor club in Berlin on 21st July. Juan Atkins, DJ Stingray and Moritz von Oswald, Vainqueur and more are also included on an outstanding bill and that's just Day 1! More details and the rest of the mouth-watering full weekend line-up at this link.
I came across a kind of home movie made by some Drexciya fans back in 2011 (not sure if I've linked this here before). As you will see they used their titles to plot out a story, their music and some special effects. It looks like it was a lot of fun to make too. Part 1 & Part 2