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Broadcast to Release Rarities/B-Side Compilation

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Fans of retro-electronic outfit Broadcast are in for a treat this August, when Warp Records is set to release Future Crayon, a career-spanning collection of rarities, b-sides, and compilation appearances. With ten yearsand almost as many drummersbehind them, now seems as good a time as any to take a look back, especially with the groups new configuration as a duo. The albumavailable August 21 in the UK and, presumably, the next day in North Americawill be available in both CD, and limited edition double-vinyl formats.

 

Tracklist:

 

Illumination

Still Feels Like Tears

Small Song IV

Where Youth And Laughter Go

One Hour Empire

Distant Call

Poem Of A Dead Song

Hammer Without A Master

Locusts

Chord Simple

Daves Dream

DDL

Test Area

Unchanging Window / Chord Simple

A Man For Atlantis

Minus Two

Violent Playground

Belly Dance

 

Those of you across the pond might also want to check out the trio of UK shows the band will be putting on this summer:

 

07-19 Bristol, England Fleece

07-21 London, England Bush Hall

07-22 Birmingham, England  The Custard Factory (Supersonic Festival)




Related Links:

Prefix Review: Broacast [Pendulum]

Prefix Review: Broadcast [Tender Buttons]

Broadcast home page

Warp Records

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