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Nic Endo project from 1999.

Under the name She-Satellites she recorded Poison Lips, thirteen glimpses of her sexy, furious, courageous manifesto. Armed only with a tape recorder and a synthesiser she created an album of pulsating analogue monstrosities and curiosities. Warped electronics, manipulated tones gel together with volatile distortion erratically forming their own incidental rhythms and patterns. It’s the sound of computers programmed to punish reactionary ears and possess the hearts of doubters.

Deep, dark analogue sounds and Moog synths, this takes you to another planet. Very far out, like a soundtrack for sci-fi films which haven’t been made yet, it includes a special cover version of Sun Ra’s “Brazilian Sun”.

“Bells”, Nic Endo’s track on 2001’s DiY-Fest compilation, has a similar vibe to these hypnotic tracks.


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