Woob – Have Landed CD Re-press

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After selling out (mostly on pre-order) earlier this year its time for a reprint of the Technicolor CD. However this time we are mixing it up and replacing the custom cover stickers with the Monochrome logo sticker set. Available immediately all orders now come with a Random mini Woob card film frame of which there are 7 variations in this first series. There’s also a chance to get the CD as part of the new digital release ‘The Six Hundreddetails in this post. [Read more…]

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Woob – Have Landed – Complete Cinematic Works – Final Edition Artifact Now Available

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Even with all other options available the first edition Complete Cinematic Works sold out almost immediately, so here is one last pre-order opportunity to get your hands on the that exclusive content complete with signature plaque and black magnetically sealed silver spacecraft print case.

Final Edition contents include The Vinyl Collection a complete album in itself. 24bit recordings captured from vinyl with a one-off clear vinyl (pictured above) pressed specifically to complete this collection.

Full contents listed on the Woob bandcamp page and again this Artifact is also available via the Emporium.

Click the link below to see complete contents and also help the legit album link rise above the mass of torrentz!

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Massive thanks to everyone who has ordered anything so far a shipping forecast will be posted next week. Every legit sale digital or physical helps support and secure future releases. [Read more…]

Woob – 1112 New Album – ‘Have Landed’ out now – CD Custom Cover options and Artifact available



In an amazing turn of events Woob has assimilated Max & Harvey and released the album ‘Have Landed’ aka Woob³ onto the world but don’t worry we cloned them first so you will still be able to buy the album at the Emporium if you prefer.

Have Landed encompasses some of the best recordings previously released under the Max & Harvey moniker along with a plethora of new material including a few surprises. With musical styles from the time periods of 1899, 1969, 1999 and 2099 in an H.G. Wells inspired time travel extravaganza. It’s the future that never happened – happening right now!

There is a whole host of different editions to check out at the Stores – here’s a summary:

Get lost in the late 19th century in a world created from the future in Technicolor. Create your own adventure with the ‘Custom Cover CD’ & deluxe sticker sheet or travel to a previous classified time and destination and battle giant sea creatures.

Alternatively peruse the Black & White 60’s elegant cinematic design aesthetics of the Monochrome Edition with hand crafted stencilled sleeve, poster and more (only 50 available.)

A release in its own right  Have Landed: ‘Complete Cinematic Works’ is delivered on a carved wooden artifact and contains not only the 24-bit masters but everything else related, including previously unreleased material and a special Vinyl captured collection: A one-off clear vinyl has been created especially for this collection. (Full contents listed on store page)

Finally for those who want it all and more the Ultimate Edition may hit 3 figures in its $ price tag but it comes with a replica of a real life rocket ship! but that’s just a bit of fun the main focus in this edition is the amount of merchandise you receive so much in fact it ships in two packages! Includes, unique hand drawn items, the Artifact, Monocrome CD Set + Signed and Sealed Edition Technicolor Edition and more. Only 4 Available (One Per Person)

Full details at Woob’s ‘Have landed’ Bandcamp page and if there’s something you were after and it’s sold out click on the Emporium to see if there are any left there.

 

Additional Info.

The Artifact is limited to 25, split between both stores and the Ultimate Edition. If it proves popular I may consider another 25 if enough people email me however this will come signed but not numbered.

All Products are pre-order but come with instant digital download + all pre-orders come with a bonus gift and bonus digital track. Shipping begins at some point in December but obviously if there is any delay I will ship in the new year if it gets too close to Xmas to post.

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Max and Harvey – Space Therapy [Woob Remixes] Artwork Winners

I finally got around to randomly picking the winners from this post. [Read more…]

Ninja Tune XX Rarities

Ninja Tune have released a downloadable album of rarities from the Ninja Tune XX celebrations, which among other hidden gems includes the Max & Harvey track – ‘If I Don’t Make It Home. Aswell as being able to grab the album for a great price there is also an option to download any of the tracks in WAV format. So rejoice and download the latest M&H track (free from the tyranny of iTunes compression) at the Ninja Tune worldwide store – LINK

Max and Harvey – Amoeba EP.

As a prelude to the forthcoming début LP a FREE Max & Harvey EP is now available featuring the classic Big Amoeba Sound, the amoeba length ‘Interval– (which will sound familiar to those who may have visited the M&H website in the past) and a stripped back beatless arrangement of ‘Thieves’ – The Score.

Virtual red vinyl is included – LINK

Max and Harvey – If I Don’t Make it Home (now in US, Canada)

As of today the new Max & Harvey track is in now availabe in the US and Canada (iTunes). More Info

Amoeba EP incoming this week at the Emporium.

Max and Harvey – If I Don’t Make it Home.

Finally, a brand new full-length Max & Harvey track is now available*

The off-world, ‘If I Don’t Make it Home’ not only marks the return of Max & Harvey but also the angelic voice of Siobhan Lynch who previously appeared (in reverse) on the last release Thieves. The track is part of the Ninja Tune XX anniversary celebrations (via:XX Vol.2) and is exclusive to iTunes…

…at least until the début album hits sometime in the future! LINK

You can find the whole compilation HERE

Click play to hear a short preview of the track

More information and music can be found at Max and Harvey’s Music Emporium.

*Unfortunately if you live in Canada or the US you will have to wait until the 5th of October. LINK

Image Credit: Concept-Sarah Air. Design-Antenna. Original photograph-source unknown.

Max and Harvey’s – Music Emporium.

The long-awaited Max and Harvey début album, (aka Woob³) is still one track away from completion but don’t despair as there are a number of things coming to tide you over until its eventual arrival.

It seems you can’t actually get the Max & Harvey – Sleep single outside of Europe on download (iTunes). So for the first time ever…you can – through Max & Harvey’s all new Music Emporium.

Better still, not only are the tracks available in lossless format but you also get the Sleep Film in Quicktime format, hi-res jpeg’s of the original 10″ Vinyl Artwork + the film soundtrack as a separate audio download.

you can find Max & Harvey’s Music Emporium HERE

and look out for a Free Max & Harvey EP and other stuff coming soon.

Max and Harvey – Thieves / Iloobia Interview.

This is a short film for the Max & Harvey track Thieves. The concept behind the music was one of diamond theft in a cat burglary fashion hence the title. its seems however Iloobia did not receive this memo and independently conceived and directed a film with Thieves as its soundtrack. The result is a beautifully crafted, visually arresting piece with a somewhat macabre slant. Iloobia, a long time friend and collaborator has featured on Season 9 before with his experimenting Clawboy. I spoke to him recently and asked him to explain the thinking and process behind the film, we also talk film-making and the future of Clawboy is revealed!

S9: You describe the Thieves film as ‘a re-imagining of the Frankenstein story’ could you elaborate on this.

Iloobia: ‘Thieves’ is constructed from fragments of material slowly collected over a year from England, Holland and Hungary. There were no parameters imposed on what that material should be, primarily as I was working in quite a demanding commercial TV realm at the time where the parameters and briefs were extremely strict. So Thieves was to be the antithesis of that way of working.Weirdly, the edit of Thieves began after a fairly major burnout in that part of my commercial career leaving me pretty much abandoning the medium of film and video altogether. But as a process of self imposed therapy I began to assemble this random material to see if there was any form or sense to be forged out of it instead of throwing the edit suite out of the window. This began to evoke some kind of Dr. Frankenstein process, especially as I began to see themes of death and rebirth suggested within the material, which was strangely coincidental as I was trying to restore my interest in the medium again after it being killed off.
So these themes infused into the film, which I came to see as a kind of Dr. Frankenstein story without the Frankenstein character ever on screen.

S9: Explain the technical creation process behind the film.

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