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It's Immaterial (Mint Green Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP - Turntable Lab Exclusive - LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER

Ghostly InternationalSKU lp-10898

modern cold wave / synthpop perfection, Lab exclusivo!
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Hardened record store owner says: "I hate the modern new wave shit, give me pre-Rebublic New Order any day of the week." Puts on Black Marble's It's Immaterial: shuts the F up. The new stuff always seems to sound plastic-y, but this sounds like it was mastered by a pudgy Brit named "Geoff" in some oversized basement studio. Tell Geoff to give me that Fat Bottom Girls sound without the "girls." I first heard "Iron Lung" in the office. The shuffling drums, the vocalist sounding deathly pale; I imagined his neck to be veiny with zero neck fat. I am hooked. I really don't want to know more about Chris Stewart, cuz right now in my mind, he's a cross between Peter Murphy and Lux Interior. I think it would crush my soul to find out he's eating Sweetgreen after Soul Cycle. Every time a music critic posted their decade list without this album, I discredited and gave them lurker side-eye (Jessy Lanza's Pull My Hair Back also under-recognized). STAN Black Marble.

➸ IN-DEPTH: Read our interview with Black Marble's Chris Stewart

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  • mint green colored vinyl
  • includes obi strip
  • limited edition of 300
  • music label: Ghostly International 2019
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reviewed by the mgmnt 10/2019

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