Re Cognition: The Clan Analogue Legacy Collection

by Clan Analogue

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Clan Analogue proudly released a slice of Australian electronic music history with 2010's Re Cognition: The Clan Analogue Legacy Collection. Re Cognition contains a selection of the most seminal acts of the era, all of whom started their careers as part of the Clan Analogue collective.

Tracks 1-16 (Disc A of the three-disc physical release) are the greatest hits from a 15-year era of Australian techno and electronica explorations, encapsulating 24 hours in the life of an electronic music fan. Beginning during the day, whiling away hours in the office listening to radio hits by Disco Stu, Bleepin’ J Squawkins, Artificial and General Electrik, we move to glitchy home listening, relaxing with Pretty Boy Crossover, Two4K and Ubin after a hard day. Then it’s off to clubland to enjoy the sounds of Deepchild, B(if)tek and the Telemetry Orchestra before moving on to a warehouse party. The chill-out room warms up with Dark Network and Atone before its time to hit the dancefloor for some techno beats from Infusion, Continuum and Itch-E & Scratch-E. Finally, the comedown with 5000 Fingers of Dr T, back home in the early hours.

Tracks 18-31 (Disc B of the physical release) comprise an all-new selection of remixes produced by the new generation of Clan Analogue’s artists, all of whom remixed their favourite tracks from the collective’s back catalogue. Koshowko takes on B(if)tek, Winduptoys resurrect Continuum while Lunar Module lifts Nerve Agent into orbit. Hear the first vibrations of Clan Analogue’s next era…

The digital version of Re Cognition includes an extra interval track (#17) to bridge the two halves of the compilation.

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released January 8, 2010

CA038
Compiled by Nick Wilson and Derek Supryka
Executive Producer: Nick Wilson
Original concept by Gordon Finlayson
Mastering by Ant Banister
Artwork design & layout by Alex Tyers
Clan Analogue floppydisc logo: Shaw Cunningham
Project coordination: Ant Banister, Derek Supryka, James Wingrove, Martin Koszolko, Anne Scott, Ed Leckie and James Russell
Special thanks to founding members Brendan Palmer, Toby Grime, Sharif Hansa, James McParlane, Jasper Russell and all Clan Analogue members throughout history

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Clan Analogue

The Clan Analogue collective was started in Sydney, Australia, in 1992 by a small group of people who were interested and active in electronic sound. Largely fuelled by the sore lack of live venues in Australia for electronic music and a lack of options for releasing recorded material, Clan Analogue was born out of necessity. ... more

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