Bristol producer Nick Edwards, following the release of his Planet Mu debut Unfidelity, is already releasing his sophomore full-length Four Track Mind on, you guessed it, Planet Mu. As the label states in the album synopsis, Four Track Mind will not be receiving a press campaign, a CD release nor a digital release, it seems. Due to its limited nature, get ready to pony up if you like this – it’s over $40USD before shipping.

It may not be getting a release on any other format, but have no fear because Planet Mu has uploaded a gratuitous preview of each track which you can listen to on the site (unfortunately, I can’t embed it here). From what I can tell, Four Track Mind seems like a brighter, more alien, version of HEALTH’s soundtrack for Max Payne 3. There’s an air of despondency amidst the almost primal electronic soundscapes which tap in to IDM, ambient, downtempo and more – a sense of mourning, if you will. Check out the preview of Four Track Mind by clicking through the Buy Now link and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details

If These Trees Could Talk - Self-Titled & Above The Earth, Below The Sky 2xLP


This is the limited edtion, deluxe 2xLP version of the first two albums by If These Trees Could Talk. Colored vinyl, 20pt stock embossed jackets - the works! This commemorates the labels 50th release.

Limited to:
Test Presses: 50
Orange/Blue: 100
Clear: 150
Splatter: 250

Weight: 160 gram
Artwork Design: Charlie Wagers
Vinyl Manufacturer: Pirates Press/GZ

Price $40.73

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