GEOGRAPHIC NORTH

GN20
Hiro Kone
Fallen Angels
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Hiro Kone

Fallen Angels

Catalog #: GN20
matcha-green cassette tape, limited to 100

1. Jungle
2. Ferry Home
3. Days of Being Wild
4. Islands
5. Ashes
6. Recall
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Since leaving the calculated grooves and anxiously kraut-ish post-punk of Effi Briest behind, Nicky Mao (AKA Hiro Kone) has delved deep into the curiously insidious realms of experimental techno and artful rhythms.

Hiro Kone's latest EP, aptly dubbed Fallen Angels, sources Mao's earliest memories of her childhood in Hong Kong, repurposing vibrant fragments of the past through a suitably disorienting array of sonic imagery. Using Wong Kar-Wai as her muse, Mao's six tracks presented here celebrate the dichotomy of sharing roots with equally foreign lands. Centerpieces are dismantled and absorbed into atmosphere as background ephemera takes the spotlight.

We begin with the pummeling serration of "Jungle," a dizzying spat of curt serrations that revolves around its axis in locked rhythm. The aural display slices through air with the premeditated sharpness of Pan Sonic before a sudden sample literally suggesting Mao's upbringing collapses into the frame. "Ferry Home" continues the narrative with a slew of vignettes rooted in swampy, neon-lighted realms. A-side closer "Days of Being Wild" unfurls its caustic movements through the dancefloor, simultaneously alienating and comforting anything in its wake.

"Island" opens the B-side in a slightly lighter headspace, channeling Steve Reich's clipped symphonies and celestial levitations of the krautrock movement's Berlin-school of kosmische musik. "Ashes," one of the more dynamic sets of the EP, revels in a glitchy terrain previously plowed by globally-focused manics like Muslimgauze and modern beat-and-atmosphere surgeons Holly Herndon and Huerco S.

With Fallen Angels, Hiro Kone demonstrates an effervescent bob of basement sonics and tectonic-shifts, recalling a future firmly suggested by the past.

GN16/CGI006
TWINS
Love Is A Luxury
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TWINS

Love Is A Luxury

Catalog #: GN16/CGI006
transparent red, hand-stamped 12" vinyl, limited to 400

A. Love Runs Deep
B. The Empty Deep
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TWINS is the paranoid outsider-pop project of Atlanta-based producer Matt Weiner. Having spent the better part of a decade reveling in a mutant murk that intersects seductive synth-pop with Featureless Ghost and grotesque industrial-dance grooves in his own right as TWINS on LPs issued by Ruralfaune and Clan Destine, Weiner has more than proved his sincerely sinister and auspiciously artful finesse of synth-based music. Operating from his home studio, arrayed with various tools of the trade, Weiner culls his subtle scourges of sound with an unending sense of bold exploration, processing tracks of rhythmic, aural catharsis.

Now returning with the Love Is A Luxury 12-inch, a two-track EP co-released by Weiner's own CGI and Geographic North, TWINS ventures deep into the collected unconscious of our singular broken heart. Elegantly expansive and densely fluid, each track a fragmented careen of erotic house music. With more than an eye on the dancefloor and an ear for hypnotic luster, A-side "Love Runs Deep" hosts dubby house perfectly suited for Basic Channel's low-end minimalism. B-side "The Empty Deep" conveys the desolate counterpoint, enchanting in its sullen hysteria.

Weiner's dubby explorations of an exposed vulnerability manifest in the vinyl itself, containing and exposing both tracks with complete transparency, baring themselves on clear crimson wax.

GN19
Auburn Lull
Hiber
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Auburn Lull

Hiber

Catalog #: GN19
blueberry cassette tape, limited to 100

1. Moterm
2. CA1
3. Sosna
4. Hiber
5. Static Partition
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In their six years of dormancy, Lansing Michigan's Auburn Lull have patiently refined a distinguished and highly idiosyncratic vision of celestial minimalism that began with 1999's landmark debut Alone I Admire. Long regarded as unsung heroes of listless shoegaze and vibrant drone-pop, to confine the current trio to such terrestrial descriptors would be simply unfledged. Rather, the five selections that comprise the Hiber EP reinstate the band's timelessly melodic guitar whispers, now gracefully accentuated by a nimble sense of restraint equipped not with the mono-vision of just another shoegaze band, but with the stereoscope of a living legend.

"Moterm," a brief palette cleanser of looping melancholy cut from Robin Guthrie's silk-lining sets the scene for "CA1," a ten-minute suite of focused transcendence through sustained strings and washes of elegiac light. From the life-affirming highs to the consciousness questioning lows, the group conducts a desolate, miasmic symphony for the hollow.

B-side opener "Sosna," is a modest but expansive segue into "Hiber," a genuine mini-epic of sorts that resembles a piano exploding underwater, gently splintering into a thousand, floating and fractured flecks of sound. The scene is both beautiful and atrocious. This all leads to the solemn but resolved closer "Static Partition," whose chords of nuanced remorse and glorious grief waft through the air in a near-tangible arc.

GN18
James Conduit
Two Lines Thick
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James Conduit

Two Lines Thick

Catalog #: GN18
cotton candy cassette tape, limited to 100

1. Peak Distractions
2. Creased
3. Ancient Spine
4. Body (Version)
5. Two Lines Thick
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In former lives spent with School of Seven Bells and Bear In Heaven, as well as under the solo-moniker Ateleia, James Elliott has explored the threshold of avant pop and minimalist, neo-psychedelia. With Conduit however, Elliott takes an unsavory and insoluble turn for the worst. Simply put, James Conduit is not in the mood for love. There's no room on the vessel for sentimentality—merely a glass overfilled with primordial destitution and a mischievous grin.

On Conduit's debut release, color and luminescence peak through the cracks, vibrating up through the murk in moments of sudden seduction. The dimly-lit synth line of "Peak Distractions" subtly pulses through, shrouded in a heap of electro-obsessed blips. The heaving pulse of "Creased" drives through its weighted course amid a flurry of collateral clatter and disjointed rhythms, simultaneously focused and careening off the rails.

"Ancient Spine" brings with it Two Lines Thick's linchpin, an artful centerpiece that lenses the EP in full-frame. With guttural and gut-wrenching low-ends hammering through its grey-toned modes, the track places itself within the context of the Greats of dark electronic, from Warp's earliest acid-soaked experimentors to Kassem Mosse's modern basement beat obsessives.

GN17
Lotus Plaza
Overnight Motorcycle Music
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Lotus Plaza

Overnight Motorcycle Music

Catalog #: GN17
seafoam cassette tape, limited to 100

1. Indian Paintbrush
2. Gemini Pt. 1
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Lockett Pundt has never shied away from spiraling fractals of guitar-based ephemera, charting new routes of art-punk and experimental pop with Deerhunter, while creating breaths of cyclical dreamgaze under solo moniker Lotus Plaza. While ever earnest, seldom has Pundt reached the degree of intimacy found on Overnight Motorcycle Music. The EP's two offerings subscribe to a comfortably isolated space, while reducing LP's assured nostalgia to its solemn core.

"Indian Paintbrush" unfurls its quietly disarming movements, exploring dimly lit textures and muted tones, once enigmatic yet still warm. Nary a rhythm section to be found, and clocking in at just under 14 minutes, it is a rigid masterpiece of modest, guitar-based symphony.

Further down the psyche we are greeted with the softly haunting "Gemini Pt. 1" hosting sheets of tonal bliss ideal for the serenity of the open road, but crafted in the most confined quarters. There is little distraction here—simply some soul-baring.

GN15
Tinniens
Dub Guns
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Tinniens

Dub Guns

Catalog #: GN15
orange cassette tape, limited to 100

1. Rough Suite
2. Veer
3. Return-Report
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Tinniens is the kaleidoscopic pairing of Landing's Aaron Snow and Daron Gardner working within a minimalist setup and a beachcomber psyche. The duo's exploration of wandering dream pop is only a brief stones throw from Landing's own reverie, yet routing the listener to their destination with only minor discourse in the drift.

Dub Guns, the group's debut entry, boasts Snow and Gardner's exquisite knack for processing tightly-locked runs of concentric, mechanized loops while balancing a humanist, song-based approach. Fleeting moments of Michael Rother's solo tendencies and a modest helping of Seefeel's sub-bass masterpiece EP "Starethrough" are certainly mile-markers.

With Dub Guns, Tinniens scout a scorched tundra of slighted tones.

GN14
Clipd Beaks
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 10
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Clipd Beaks

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 10

Catalog #: GN14
7" single, limited to 300, grey vinyl

A. Hard Daze
B. Sky Burial
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Lingering behind the tender dusk, Oakland necromancers Clipd Beaks reveal a pair of errant SOS missions for Geographic North. Embracing 11 years as a unit, there is nary a trace of noise or an experiment to obscure — instead we are graced with a vividly realized yet deceptively soulful shade of a band that has never allowed for genre-stagnation.

Equal parts hunter and hunted, the north side's "Hard Daze" lurks with a purpose. A moon-drenched, hypnotic call carries under galvanizing drums and drones, making for a drugged ancestor of Red Mecca-era Cabaret Voltaire.

As the name suggests, the south side's "Sky Burial" finds the Beaks in a mist of reverb guitars howling into the stratosphere before confessing a bassline suitable for end of days.

BT001
Lyonnais
Terminus OST
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Lyonnais

Terminus OST

Catalog #: BT001
7" single, black vinyl

A1. Slow bleed
A2. End of education
B1. I am the healer
B2. Slow bleed requital
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Lyonnais (featuring Geographic North founders Farzad Moghaddam and Farbod Kokabi) return to the fold with a stack of brooders for Solomon Chase's post-apocalyptic short "Terminus". Released by Chase's production company Battery Fire as a Kickstarter gift for contributors to the film, Geographic North managed to grab a handful of these 7"s for the public.

The film follows a young woman and her brother as they traverse an unexplainably barren Atlanta, coping with the loss of their father and a life once known. Lyonnais' first release since 2011's Want for Wish For Nowhere (Hoss Records), the score burns with a murky underbelly of tension and pensive fate, ultimately landing on a false sense of security.

This is a preorder. Records will ship August 3rd.

GN13
Test House
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 9
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Test House

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 9

Catalog #: GN13
7" single, limited to 300, transparent
midnight purple vinyl, interchangeable
cover art

A. Hold Your Form
B. One Immeasurable Place
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Test House is the duo of James Elliott (ex-Bear In Heaven, ex-School of Seven Bells) and Peter Schuette (ex-Silk Flowers, ex-Psychobuildings). Together these dance floor seductionists craft intricate and rousing mutant synth-pop gems with an ear for darkly complex corridors and arrangements. Think Depeche Mode curves, tip-toeing (even further) into the ether.

North-side's "Hold Your Form" shimmers with striated synth pulses, pairing tectonic shifts of melody with nuanced subtleties of romance. Like a long lost New Order demo dusted off and transmitted by the ghost of John Peel, the forlorn beauty is as wrought with angst as it is pure joy. This one's sure to get stuck in your head.

South-side's "One Immeasurable Place" carries the scene home, finding solace in the shadows of the after party. Arthur Russell's minimal art-disco provides the palette (both sonic and sentiment), but Test House hones the execution. Phantom sounds form a spotted fog of rhythm and noise as the duo performs their black magic. It's a propulsive meditation, concisely disguised as the best song you've ever heard.

GN12
Windsor for the Derby
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 8
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Windsor for the Derby

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 8

Catalog #: GN12
7" single, limited to 300, transparent
pumpkin orange vinyl, interchangeable
cover art

A. Speaker Special
B. Heard Worse
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“'Speaker' Special threads the group's atmospheric qualities through looped and subtle bass-tones and far-off melodies that drift like lingering echoes of a distant and very massive explosion somewhere deep in the cosmos.”
-Creative Loafing

“'Heard Worse' floods the aural space with blinding illumination from the outset, the listener dizzied by a phantasmagoria of oscillating vapour trails and siren flares.”
-Textura

GN11
Landing
Landing
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Landing

Landing

Catalog #: GN11
12" LP, limited to 500, black vinyl,
includes a digital album download

A1. Finally
A2. Heavy Gloss
A3. Heart Finds the Beat
A4. Crows
A5. Like the Tide
B6. Decades
B7. We Lie in Fields
B8. Migration
B9. Native Land
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“Lead track "Finally" feels like a shuttle launch, the bass and drums propelling a momentous, climbing trajectory while the trebly guitar and synth peel off and fly back where in the past they would have accumulated and dissipated. In fact, Snow's trademark masterful touch with delay and tempo is often reshuffled into less recognizable, more experimental forms. Throughout we hear Landing diving into new territory without trepidation.”
-Delusion of Adequacy

“If you're not yet familiar with Landing, I encourage you to fill up the peace pipe and figure it the fuck out.”
-Adhoc / Distonal

“Landing, paradoxically, spends most of its time not landing. They are constantly lifting off, soaring ever higher, ever farther into the outer reaches. To listen is to feel the cool winds whistling by, the wetness of enveloping clouds, and the unending freedom of the outstretched blue. Wispy vocals, crispy drums, driving bass, and the mix just soaking in an ocean of reverb all make "Heart Finds the Beat" quite the aerial swim.”
-Tiny Mix Tapes

GN10
Windy & Carl
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 7
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Windy & Carl

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 7

Catalog #: GN10
7" single, limited to 300, transparent
blue vinyl, interchangeable cover art

A. A Thousand Miles
From Nowhere
B. Geographic
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Subscriber copies still available.

“Based around Detroit, Windy & Carl have been producing elegant, transportational dream-pop drones since the early 1990s. This single catches them in a very song-focused mood, with strumming guitars, floating vocals and gently dodging electric leads on one side. The flip is collapsing towers of electric guitar tones. Gorgeous stuff.”
-The Wire

“The A-side features a reinvention of Dwight Yoakam's '90s country hit "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere." Weber's chilling rendition of Yoakam's lyrics, "I've got bruises on my memory/I've got tear stains on my hands," resonate on a deeper and more ethereal level than the original song's rustic ruminations… sprawling, haunting ambiance is what they do best, and juxtaposing it with such a heartfelt offering on the flip side only draws out the potent quality of both cuts. (4 out of 5 stars)”
-Creative Loafing

HOSS23
Lyonnais
Want for Wish for Nowhere LP
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Lyonnais

Want for Wish for Nowhere LP

Catalog #: HOSS23
12" LP, limited to 500, black vinyl

A1. Transitive Properties of Youth
A2. The Fatalist
A3. A Sign from on High
A4. Modern Calvary
B5. Repeat Sunset
B6. Dusted at Mount Sinai
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Debut LP from Geographic North co-founders Farzad and Farbod, released on Hoss Records.

“Could be easily compared to any Crime and the City Solution record or perhaps even the best of Einstürzende Neubauten.”
-De La Vie TV

“I imagine that if the legendary 1970s collaboration between Tony Conrad and Faust had concentrates on melodies and jams rather than drones, it might have turned out something like this.”
-Scribblers

“A well-imagined, consistent soundtrack to lurking 'round the bell tower at midnight, pacing the moors with Heathcliff, driving the Indy 500 smashed through on pharmaceutical-grade opium or hunting the last lion on earth blindfolded and with a dull spear.”
-Magnetic

GN09
Warm Ghost
Claws Overhead EP
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Warm Ghost

Claws Overhead EP

Catalog #: GN09
12" EP, limited to 500, white vinyl

Includes a download coupon with additional remixes by David Daniell, Ekkehard Ehlers, Ateleia, Phonophani, Oren Ambarchi & Fred Longberg-Holm

A1. Claws Overhead
A2. Resignation Rights
B3. Open The Wormhole In Your Heart
B4. So Sick Of The Sun
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“… marries a lush, woozy, electronic cunning with pure-pop sensibility, bridging the enveloping work of texture purist Christian Fennesz and the enigmatic, though self-moderating, songwriting acumen of Depeche Mode”
-Magnet Magazine

“beautiful mixture of dark 80's, synth pop, early techno, some 4AD influences”
-Small Town Romance

“…the artists they evoke are sufficiently diverse musically and vocally that Warm Ghost can touch on several similarly moody genres without sounding like an out-and-out tribute act to any one group (witness how the pro forma shoegaze feel of "Resignation Rights" gets undercut halfway through by Knife-ish synths).”
-Pitchfork

GN08
Soft Circle
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 6
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Soft Circle

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 6

Catalog #: GN08
7" single, limited to 300, purple vinyl

A. End of Summer
B. Climb High
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“10/10. …tom-heavy poundings to chanted vocals, swirling guitars come in between, but that's the meat to the sandwich really. It's easy to get your head caught up in it, but ends so quickly (especially for those nurtured on some long krautrock jams) that it's a bummer. You could really stand to hear that stretched out to a full LP side.”
-Foxy Digitalis

“'Stuff We Like.' Bharoocha started out making tribal/electronic/ambient anthems, and while the current iteration of Soft Circle remains true to that vision, their new sound has gone further into the direction of heavy beats and more solidified song structures.”
-Insound

GN07
Landing
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 5
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Landing

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 5

Catalog #: GN07
7" single, limited to 300, white vinyl

A. Into the Hall
B. Following Daylight
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“…paints a gentle, steady portrait, utilizing hushed vocals, marching snares and cloudy guitars, coming close to some of Yo La Tengo's quieter moments.” “…forgoes rhythm and vocals for a sweetly burning drone featuring heavy delay and some sounds in reverse. …it's exactly the type of piece that's transformative once you immerse yourself in it, and it's a prime of example of why I adore Landing.”
-Foxy Digitalis

“The slow tension buildup, sounding kind of classically influenced…it's really reminding me of Locrian or Godspeed you… like on the B-Side with 'Following Daylight'…those slow, shifting layers of sound fading in and out. Just a huge black wall, you can't see the ends or top, it's just closing in.”
-7 Inches

GN06
Belong
October Language LP
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Belong

October Language LP

Catalog #: GN06
12" LP, limited to 500, 180-gram black vinyl

A1. I Never Lose. Never Really
A2. Red Velvet or Nothing
A3. October Language
A4. I'm Too Sleepy… Shall We Swim
B5. Remove the Inside
B6. Who Told You This Room Exists?
B7. All Equal Now
B8. The Door Opens the Other Way
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“Tense, expectant, on the verge of understanding, you submerge yourself in streams of long notes swathed in static, slow moving processions of sounds, each element disappearing just before you get a clear glimpse of it. The melancholic aura, the overtones, the fuzzy-edged mystery is reminiscent of William Basinski's Disintegration Loops, and like them, October Language is meant to evoke decay, but it could just as easily represent birth, with nearly endless possibilities unfolding from each shape-shifting note.”
-Dusted

“A-. …the debut release from the New Orleans duo Belong, is one of the most unabashedly emotional and cinematic ambient albums to come along for quite some time. It's a record with an immersive nature, capable of filling the furthest corners of the room with sound-sometimes, it can be overwhelming. At turns recalling the sputtering post-apocalyptic soundscapes found during the more ambient moments of M83's Before the Dawn Heals Us or a 21st century remake of My Bloody Valentine's Loveless as produced by Christian Fennesz, the album is a furious maelstrom blistering with emotional tension.”
-Stylus

GN05
Psychic Powers
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 4
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Psychic Powers

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 4

Catalog #: GN05
7" single, limited to 300, pink vinyl

A. Wellington
B. Foreign Photograph
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“a scrappier, more depressive New Order only just updated for modern ears” “Wellington is a shining example of great downer pop”
-LA Weekly

“Sassy, high-grade synth-pop composed via the throbbing connects of the internet. New Zealander Nik Brinkman and American Alejandro Cohen draw a pair of prime time New Order-esque rabbits out of the hat, while doffing said headwear to the temple of Stephin Merritt's Future Bible Heroes. Wellington is the stronger of the two cuts, with bouncy key stabs, a catchy chorus and a string-driven refrain that'd make Hooky piss his leather kecks. Foreign Photograph is a little pedestrian in comparison, but still a fuck lot better than anything The Lightning Seeds have recorded since Pure.”
-Record Collector Magazine

GN04
Tarentel
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 3
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Tarentel

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 3

Catalog #: GN04
7" single, limited to 300, mint green vinyl

A. Space Junk A
B. Space Junk B
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“…jagged blasts of electronic noise and feedback jostle with sparse, tense guitar figures that never coalesce or resolve, before breaking down into waves of delay. The atmosphere is threatening from start to finish, suggesting a sound environment that could explode into virtually anything, the music stalking the surface of the mint green marble vinyl on which this was pressed searching for any escape.”
-Foxy Digitalis

“…sounds like it could have come from the same performance, very drum heavy, a loping groove that sounds almost looped, as the drums are subtly effected and all around them swirl bits of feedback and blurred noise, very krautrocky, with that noisy backdrop surprisingly caustic at points, but just as often smoothed out into buzzing snarling dronescapes, still littered with jagged shards of feedback, and still hovering over that relentless rhythm.”
-Aquarius Records

GN03
One Poster
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One Poster

Catalog #: GN03
1-color silk-screen poster
12.95x19
limited to 100, 80 for public

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A free gift for our first 100 subscribers of You Can't Hide Your Love Forever. Designed by Geographic North, screened by Richie Bearden

GN02
Tussle
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 2
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Tussle

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 2

Catalog #: GN02
7" single, limited to 300, yellow vinyl

A. Animal Cop
B. Room 191
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“The A-side track, "Animal Cop" begins as a lackadaisical dance rhythm with some fuzzy bass before breaking down into percussive clatter and switching gears into what sounds like a seventies cop theme, albeit one buried in fuzzy reverb. While the B-side, "Room 191", is a heavy slow dub with distorted synth crashes put through a wobbly syrupy filter that almost sounds like a Screw backing track. Our only complaint is that it's too short! We could have easily listened to 5 minutes of that!”
-Aquarius Records

“The A-Side, sorry the North side, 'Animal Cop' is very bassline groove driven. This had to have been the foundation for the track, it's so right up front and sure. The drums are so clean sounding, I'm having trouble telling what could have been recorded live and what wasn't…aside from the obvious electronic glitchy hits. So many different sounds are used, cowbells, warning alarms. There's a breakdown part of just live minimal drums at one point. It doesn't sound too far away from Tortoise, Pullman…that post-jazz influenced sound. It's instrumental, and full of little twists and turns.”
-7 Inches

GN01
A Sunny Day in Glasgow
You Can't Hide Your Love Forever vol. 1
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A Sunny Day in Glasgow

You Can't Hide Your Love
Forever vol. 1

Catalog #: GN01
7" single, limited to 300, blue vinyl

A. (Cult of) The Cemetery Flowers (Mandolins Version)
B. Walking Pneumonia
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“Techno beats, spoken-word snippets, chopped-up female vocals, and shimmering shoegaze electronics dissolve against each other-- and, over the course of nearly six minutes, cohere into something sweetly effective. It's closer to the feminine electro-twee atmospherics of High Places or Land of Loops than the noisy textures of My Bloody Valentine, but unless you're also trying to clean out your earwax that's probably good enough for what ails ya. So consider this track a healthy sign for any follow-up to the brother-sister group's haunting 2007 debut, Scribble Mural Comic Journal.”
-Marc Hogan, Pitchfork

“These two new songs find ASDIG in perfect form, delivering more of their swirling daydream delights that remind us of brighter sunnier Cocteau Twins. Perfect for the 7" format as this is a band who creates songs that only get better with constant listens, we've been playing this over and over!”
-Aquarius Records

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You Can't Hide Your Love Forever 7” Subscription

The second-half of our subscription
mailorder series with six exclusive 7”s
releases from:

BUY $42

Geographic North is proud to announce the second-half of our 7” subscription series, You Can't Hide Your Love Forever. Launched in 2008 with a contribution from A Sunny Day in Glasgow, the series delivers semi-regular demonstrations of the seductive intimacies a 7” has to offer. A subscription consists of six 7” records featuring exclusive songs from our curated list of artists, as well as a subsciber gift to be announced. The records are delivered to your mailbox at the pace of production (roughly one every two months). Each record is limited to 300, with 100 subscriptions available.

Artists from the first-half include: