Duke Of York by HOX, released 11 December 2015 1. Anthracite 2. Javelin 3. Correct Co-ordinates 4. It’s Too Much 5. X In Circle 6. White Space Conflict 7. Track and Field 8. Goodbye 9. Frequency EMEGO 214 Hox is Edvard Graham Lewis (Wire/Dome/He Said/He Said Omala/Ocsid) and Andreas Karperyd (Omala/He Said Omala/Woodwork). Duke of York is their second release following on from the highly acclaimed ‘it-ness’ in 1999. Duke of York a bittersweet contemporary electronic pop record which could only exist as a result of the unison of these particular, peculiar souls.
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Hox - Correct Co-ordinates 04:17. Hox - It's Too Much 03:52. Hox - X in Circle 04:49. Hox - White Space Conflict 04:08. Hox - Track and Field 03:43.
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Duke of York is their second release following 1999's highly acclaimed it-ness. Duke of York is a bittersweet contemporary electronic pop record that could only exist as a result of the unison of these particular peculiar souls. At once tender, skewered, sophisticated, and unsettling, Duke of York is a both a journey through the collective minds of Lewis and Karperyd and a substantial representation of their individual talents. Hox is Edvard Graham Lewis (Wire/Dome/He Said/He Said Omala/Ocsid) and Andreas Karperyd (Omala/He Said Omala/Woodwork). Duke of York is their second release following 1999's highly acclaimed it-ness.
|4||It's Too Much||3:53|
|5||X In Circle||4:50|
|7||Track And Field||3:44|
- Copyright (c) – Editions Mego
- Published By – Mute Song
- Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering
- Mastered By – CGB*
- Written-By, Mixed By, Recorded By – A. Karperyd*, E. G. Lewis*
|214||Hox||Duke Of York (LP, Album)||Editions Mego||214||Austria||2015|