Legowelt – Omnibus Babylon EP [CWCS011]

Dusty grooves from the dunes of Scheveningen. Inspired by myth, legend and scifi; Legowelt conjures up four ancient mysticism and space odyssey themed tracks that will take you on another journey through psychedelic space and paranormal rituals.

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Legowelt – Omnibus Babylon EP [CWCS011]

D.I.E. – The Men You’ll Never See Pt. 2 [CWCS010]

Second time around for D.I.E’s The Man You’ll Never See Part 2, a near legendary set of bustling, funk-fuelled electro cuts that first surfaced on Clone back in 2003. This new edition includes five of the EP’s six original tracks, replacing “Space Travel” with the similarly sought-after “Programming” – a Drexciya-esque workout rich in fizzing drum machine beats, rumbling sub-bass and deep space acid lines – which originally appeared on 2002’s Keep Hanging EP. It remains a superb set of tracks, all told, with the Motor City duo flitting between deep and melodious cuts (“Other People”), vocal-laced Cybotron tributes (“Keep Hanging”), decidedly intergalactic fare (“Out With Tha Old”) and quirky, glassy-eyed gems (“U Can’t See Us”).

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D.I.E. – The Men You’ll Never See Pt. 2 [CWCS010]

Legowelt – Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time [CWCS009LP]

Five years after the illustrious Paranormal Soul LP, techno derelict Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt returns on Clone with “Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time”. A vivid collection of twelve genre-defying tracks: from late-night hermit house to Memphis rap influenced slowjam electro, from Amiga 1200 technorave to cosmic spaceweed trance, including the whole universe in between. All blended together in a mix of subdued sensuality and psychedelic splendour, this album is flavoured with Legowelt’s typical crunchy LO-FI sampler and synthesizer aesthetic. Wolfers’ own hand-drawn sleeve artwork illustrates the album’s mood without the need for much further promotional blurb… colourful stories embodying societal malaise and its dwellers – yet with a dash of aspiration. Music for misfits, witches, dreamers, cyberpunks, outsiders, geeks, and freaks. Legowelt’s people.

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Legowelt – Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time [CWCS009LP]

The Exaltics – Some Other Place Vol. 1 [CWCS008.1]

The Exaltics make their debut on Clone West Coast Series. This the first volume in a triptych of their stark, futuristic sound yet showing a more melancholic and introspective side this time. You can almost hear the longing for other places

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The Exaltics – Some Other Place Vol. 1 [CWCS008.1]

Versalife – Vantage Point [CWCS007]

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Versalife aka Boris Bunnik returns to the Clone West Coast Series for more under sea level electro-techno. After his debut 12inch series Night Time Activities, here a full length album inspired by the horizons and emptyness of his home lands in Friesland. Accompanied by beautiful artwork of fellow Frisian, and one of Hollands most talented painters, Robert Zandvliet (who happens to have his atelier around the corner of the Clone Hq). His amazing painting ”Winter by Jouswier” (spread among the front and backside of the digipack) symbolizes perfectly the rhythm of the open spaces in Friesland. Especialy in the whitened more abstract and cold winter landscape thats almost synonym for Versalife’s abstract ice cold electro techno.

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Versalife – Vantage Point [CWCS007]

Versalife – Night Time Activities Pt.2 [CWCS06.2]

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Versalife’s Night Time Activities part 2 is taking us further down deep into the night. Versalife is creating a setting with sounds radiating the midnight atmosphere that reflects the twin peak-esque life on a almost deserted windy dutch coastal island where the clouds rush through the dark night time skies projecting all variations of grey and black on the mystifying dunes. Futuristic electro techno tracks with emotive synth work created with exploratory imagination.

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Versalife – Night Time Activities Pt.2 [CWCS06.2]

Sumerian Fleet – Sumerian Fleet [CWCS04]

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Alden Tyrell and Mr. Pauli invade the West Coast of Holland in their Sumerian Fleet guise, hand-stamped red label stylez! This is quite simply one of the best new school dark wave records we’ve heard, utilizing the skills of one master producer – Alden Tyrell – and the infamous Mr. Pauli, to create powerful tracks. ‘Jenseitflugsmachine’ is a filthy big speed freak anthem, leather duds on, top off. ‘Smack Is Back’ is grungier, scared shitless with ghoulish synths and goth punk bass. ‘Blech Erkrankung’ is spiky industrial funk that just begging for some agitated yelping over the top.

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Sumerian Fleet – Sumerian Fleet [CWCS04]