Bristol trio BEAK> have been blessing us with post-punk aural experiments since 2009, and have since accumulated an album’s worth of material that never made it to an official release. ¬†The majority of these unreleased tracks play out like the soundtrack to a tripped-out horror film, a combination of dissonant post-punk (think Wire), ¬†and a dark synthy John Carpenter score.
Invada Records recently put out the criminally underrated Watch Dogs soundtrack as well some modern classics like the Drive and Only God Forgives soundtracks scored by Cliff Martinez. ¬†UK Shipping rates may be expensive for the yanks, but you can at least trust their taste.
Listen to a few of the tracks below:
BEAK> + (unreleased vinyl session 09-13)
orange & white swirl LP vinyl
Comes with download card
Released late November 2014
Limited to 750 units
BEAK> + Is a collection of 10 tracks that have never found their way to vinyl till now. Recorded during the Debut and >> sessions, these tracks were only available on special edition CD's and digital downloads.
The vinyl LP is available to pre-order as a limited edition pressing on 2 colours; Orange & White Swirl, and Black & White Splatter (limited to 750 copies each variant), with album artwork designed by the bands own Matt Williams. Both come with a digital download card.
Said It All
Running time: 20:39
Running time: 18:24
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive