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Sage Cannot agree more with the other commenters. The music in here serves every mood perfectly. This is an album which I cannot resist the urge to replay once it's done. Favorite track: Female Jealousy.
J.M. Albers
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J.M. Albers So hard to pick a favorite because everything HTRK does is wonderful. Favorite track: Dying.
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Phexioenesystems More than a simple collection of versions and rarities, this is pure HTRK solitude, distilled (somehow) even further than the originals. Favorite track: The Body You Deserve (version).
Corey Raucheisen
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Corey Raucheisen Music for watching things, good and bad, fall apart. Favorite track: Dying.
Vinnie Massimino
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Vinnie Massimino The deep cut remix(?) EP "Psychic Lilac" expanded + finally widely available! The original "Chinatown Style" might be one of the heaviest tracks of the 2010s, and this version makes takes it one step sadder, one step deeper. Favorite track: Chinatown Style (version).
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Dying 06:34


Experiments and remixes from the Psychic 9-5 Club sessions.

Tracks 1-3 previously released as Psychic Lilac (CD-only, single track, unmastered). Mastered here with two additional tracks - 'Dying', an analog hardware-only precursor to "Blue Sunshine"; and 'Female Jealousy', a soundscape research into the heartbeat fetish scene.

Recorded in Santa Fe, Sydney and NYC, 2012-2013.

Thank you for your direct support. Love, Jonn and Nigel


released June 5, 2020

Produced by HTRK.
Tracks 2 and 4 produced by Nathan Corbin.
Additional programming on track 2 by Nathan Corbin.
Mixed by Nigel Yang.
Mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri at Black Knoll Studio (NY).
Artwork by Darren Sylvester - No Goody Goddy (2012)


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