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Lynchland Guest Mix #5 — Lawrence English (HEXA: Sunday Afternoon Factory Tour: Mixtape)

Lynchland Guest Mix #5 — Lawrence English (HEXA: Sunday Afternoon Factory Tour: Mixtape)

Chart positions

This show was 2nd in the global industrial chart and 21st in the global ambient chart.

Lynchland is proud to present our fifth guest mixtape, offered by Lawrence English. The ambient composer created a captivating and seamless combination of tracks from all over the globe (check out the comment section below for his own description of this mixtape).

Also check out the recent release by HEXA (Jamie Stewart & Lawrence English), "Factory Photographs", a soundtrack to David Lynch's 2015 retrospective "Between Two Worlds": https://room40.bandcamp.com/album/factory-photographs

Lawrence is also the founder of Room40, an increasingly fascinating label (http://room40.org/), and has a new solo record out in February:
http://emporium.room40.org/products/580643-lawrence-english-cruel-optimism

Many thanks to Lawrence English and to our listeners!

Comments

Lynchland
Lynchland

This is how Lawrence presents his own mixtape : "The factory represents a zone of human reduction. Our will, our capacities, our bodies themselves are reduced by the machines. The force of their repetition and their unaffected singularity for process, is almost without fatigue. The machines out perform us under conditions of repeating action and yet, their existence and output is uniquely tethered to human desire and expressions of human economy like capital’s demand for cancer-like growth. In the shadows of the machines though lies great promise. Their existence as some spectre of our own making provides a backdrop for commentary and reflection. It is here this tour starts, in the promise of self awareness that our crudest experiments in reductive humanity begin. This mixtape is your soundtrack to what lies beyond the stretch of lubricant, the sting of grinding metal and the deafening physical pressure of machine sound of the factory."